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A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Princps« Annp Conntv and the State of Virgrinia 



Vol 22 — No 9 



VIKGINIA BEACH. VA. FRIDAY. JANUARY :•., 1947 



SINGLE COPY Sc $2.00 FEU TKAI 



Nicholson Reports Mrs. Page Elected 
Seawcll Repairs i President at SPCA 
To Begin Soon .Meeting January 1 



1 



Clyde P. Nicholson, Town En- j Virginia Eeich, like otlicr vo- 
glneer, said that a 'number of 55ort towns, had quite a postwar 
major rejects are scheduled to 'problem getting back into 
begin early in 1947 and that there swing of theing. But overlooked 
win l^e a decided increase in acti- until recently were the hordes of 
vities planned for his departmmt stray dogs that wandeied hito the 

town from nearby Camp Pendle- 



Highlighs In The Headlines Of 1946 



In scanning the f:ks of THE cha:.gccl h'>.nds durin 
NEwTs to pick out the highlights of the 
Of events In 1946 it was intereslr 
Ing to note tlie few real tragedies 
experienced by the community as 
the a whole. 



tac ;'oui ;? 
year. 
Beach Franchize Kicked Abcut 

Oae rf the ha:d fou- :.t ! ales 
in the Council was tiie qucs.ijn 
of a beach franchise. In Feb. the 



during the coming year. 

One of the most important pro- 
jects, that of repairing the sea 
wall along the ocean front at the 
south end of he beach, will be 
started very soon. Sheet piling 
has been purchased, Mr. Nichol- 
son said, and is expected to ar- 
rive very soon. 

Beports of U. S. Army Engin- 
eers, who have been conducting 
an erosion survey, are expected 
In the near future. These rports 
will be submitted to the erosion 
board in Washington and results 
of their findings concerning the 
proper method of dealing with 



ton and Fort Story, 
which it Is situated. 



between 



As at all Army camps, ai'» sta- 
tioned at the two reservations 
had a habit of picking up stray 
dogs which waxed fat as troop 
mascots until the inevitable 
movement overseas or to other 
stations. Eventually. Camp Pen- 
dleton was abandoned completely 
so the strays found the nearby 
resort to their liking until they 
landed In the hoosegow, more 
officially known as the dog pound 

Those dogs servln^^heir stint 



The summer season could have hot! operators protested a f ran- , night spots we: 
en more auspicious for Vaca- chise, in March the Cauncil voted ' were mads anc 



the problem at Virginia Beach at Fort Story likewise found the 

should it)e rcelved by February 1, going tough when the war ended 

he said. and likewise sought refuge in the 

The engineer's offlve will co- town until they too suffered the 

operate with the police and fire game fate as their flea-ibltten 

departments wherever possible In jnaes from the south end of the 

their forthcoming drive to reduce town. However, there Is still some 

fire hazards at Virginia Beach, activity at Fort Story and the 



Mr. Nicholson has made a num- 
ber of recommendations to May- 
or H. Warfield Leeke in this con- 
nection. 

A^r. Nicholson said that the 
inreet depa-xtment now is erecting 
additional traffic control signs 
and is planning to Install park- 
ing meters before the summer 
season begins. Pedestrian walk- 



canine rosters are not depleted 
by any means. 

A horseloving community, Vir- 
ginia Beach also has a warm spot 
for "man's best friend." especially 
when a group of the town's fair 
sex decided that officials at the 
dog pound weren't doing all that 
they could for the unwilling In- 
mates. 



ways and parking lanes will be 
marked. Traffic lights will be in- 1 jhey took ther complaint to 
stalled as soon as authorised by the Town Council, but were ad- 
the State Highway Department. ^ viggd that while funds were avail- 
This authorization is expected in \ able for public welfare, close ex 



the early part of January. 

Laskin Road will be widened 
from wes of the town limits to | dogs. 
Atlantic Avenue. 



amination rvealed the council 
was powerless to aid the displaced 



Plans for beautification of the 
town through the planting of 
idmibs, tre^ and flowers are pro- 
gressing. A master plan of beuti- 
fication is being drawn up and 
<--aome planting may be done be- 
fore spring, Mr. Nicholson said. 

"We are making « study of long 
range planning for the town," the 
town engineer stated, "making a 
list of projects that will be needed 
In fuUire years in order that we 
may have them in mind so that 
we may tie tliem in with any- 
tiling that may arise in the fut- 
ure. 



Udes and Sun 


TIDE CAUENDAB FOR 
^ VZBOINIA BiSACH AND 
CAFE UJSNUY 
ateported by U. S. W^itb^) 
Aireau, Cape Menry) 


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Jan. 5 ajn. 6:15 

Jan. 5 pm. - 6:35 

Jan 6 ajn. 7:06 


11:50 

12:48 
12:43 


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Jan. 7 1" n™ 7:55 


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L Jan. 7 pjn. - 8:16 

Jan. 8 ajn 8:44 


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Jan. 9 ajn. .. 9:33 


3:12 
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Days of ' Sun 
Week Rises 


Sun 
Sets 


Friday -. 7:18 

Saturday -- 7:18 

Sunday 7:18 

Monday 7:18 

Tuesday 7:18 

Wednesday .- 7:18 

Thursday 7:18 


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5:00 
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Undauted, a movement was 
started and resulted with the an- 
nouncement that a Virginia 
Beach Society for the Prevention 
of Cruelty to Animals has been 
organized. 

Dog Bmtel Plaanci 

An organization meeting of the 
Society was held in the show 
room of the Herb Holt VSoKox Co. 
at 2lst and Pacific Ave. at 11 a.m. 
on January 1 for tiie purpose of 
electing permanent officers to 
serve the recently formed organi- 
zation. 

Mrs. R. Lee Pa^ was elected 
president to replace Mr. Haycox 
who was the tenuwrary leader of 
the group. Mrs. W. S. Wilder was 
elected vice president; Mr. H. A. 
Holt.Jr. Secretary and Mr. Geor- 
ge T. Mullen treasurer. 
B«ai4 of Directofs a yp oi nto i . 

The following members will ser 
ve on a Board of Directors: Fred 
A. Haycox, Ernest Harden. R. Lee 
"Page. Grayson Willis, E H Church 
R. A. Jones, E. Blumenthal and 
Cecil F. Mears. 

Two matters which were under 
discussion at the first meeting 
were the appointing of a cwn- 
mittee to look into the matter of 
obainlng a permanent slater for 
animals on he (Beach and the pos- 
sibility of applying for affiliation 
with the National organization of 
SJ».CA. 

No regular date for future meet 
hags will be set but will be held 
at the call of Mrs. Page, presi- 
dent. 

Plans for work during the year 
will be formulated at an early 
meeting. 



been 

tlonlsts but that, too, was beyond 
humati control. , 

Successful Campaigns 

Every campaign undertaken li) 
th community was a success. The 
report of the TB Seal Sale Itho 
al045 project) over sold the pre- 
vious year. 

Clalrii3orne Bryant and his com- 
mittee over-subscribed the allott- 
ed ()uota In the Victory 
Drive. 



to adopt the plan and asked for ' 



bids'. In April a temporary injunc- 
tion halted the acceptance of tlae 
high bidder ($10,000 >. 

A sixty day deferrement was 
ordered in June and the Virginia 
Beach Life Guards patrolled the 
beach and rented i:each equip- 
ment, being taxed per unit of equl 
pment by the Town. 
Bond FoUtlos In The County 

I In May Flody Kellam was ap- 



The Needlework Guild received pointed judge to succeed the late 
380 arioles and Claud| Bell en- 'Judge B. D. White in the 28th 
glneered the Victory Clothing ! district court. B. A. Jones. W. W. 
Drive to successful climax with slEUiott, W. F. Patton, H. A. Holt, 
tons of clothing. H. W. Chaffee | Jr., and Wm. McClandn won the 
succeeds with the Community i election to the Coimcll of the 



Fund Drive and the March 
Dimes hit a high of 2,362. 



of 



Town of Virginia Beach in Jiuie 
and the general election in Aug- 



Prom all accounts, even the ust put Porter Hardy In Congress 
BUY AT HOME campaign con-' 
ducted by the NEJWS was a suc- 



cess. 

Hotels Change Hands 



with a vote of 4 to 1 In Pilncess 
Anne. 
in Brief 
Other events In brief may be 



In February the CaValler Hotel j sufluned up under the head of 



after several years of use by the 
Navy, was returned to Its former 
civilian status. The Warner Place 
also reverted to general civilian 
use, and the Hardlngs sold the 
New Waverley Hotel. 

Among other hotel and real 
estate changes was the sale of the 
Essex House and the transfer of 
the Martha Washington Hotel. 
The Driftwood Cottage. The 
Homestead and Murrays also 



Mlscellanous Events. Tift State 
Rose Show held at the Cavalier 
Hotel in May drew a crowd of 
over 2,000. 

Russell McCoy resigned the 
post of Town Engin^r and was 
succeeded by Clyde NiJholson. 

July 27 saw the celebration 
honoring the veterans of Princess 
Anne County. 

Governor Tuck asked for an in- 
vestigation into the report of 



pnen paming and slot machine's ( 
at ;ho Ecach. J u d g ;^ K 'Ham's 
. "y 1 il'^cl to find a true bill and 
•;:> cs'c was cli.st'd for tlie time. 

A laijr invfc'Stigaiion by State 
Police off.cers was made and the 
e closed. IB arrests 
and much equipment 
is reported to have been confis- 
cated. 

In Ovtober the Council accept- 
ed the one proffered :id lor the 
installation of gas lines to pipe 
cooking gas Into Va. Beach. 

Under the leadership of E. B. 
Bayne and W. H. Phillips the 
first successful party was held on 
the community playground In the 
nature of a Hallowe'en party, 
when over 2,000 were In attend- 
ance, la November Mayor W. W. 
Elliott suffered a fatal heart at- 
tack. Members of he Council ap- 
poUited H. Warfleld Leeke to fill 
the v^ancy a& Mayor of the town 

Fire destroyed the Cld Church 
at London Bridge In November. 
Christmas 1946 

Elaborate music programs fill- 
ed churches and another com- 
munity party was held at the 
playground. This |ime with Xmas 
tree and Santa Claus. New Year's 
eve endd 1946 on a very quiet 
note, according to members of 
the Virginia Beach Police and 
Fire Department. Outside a few 



BAYNE ANNOUNCES RIGID FIRE 
ORDINANCE INSPECTION HERE 



Mrs Sidney Kellam 
To Head County 
March of Dimes 



Mrs. Sydney S. Kellam has 
been appointed as Director of the 
11047 "March of Dimes" campaign | 
in Princess Anne County f or < 
funds to fight hafantlle paralysis, 
David Tennant Bryan. State 
Campaign Chairman, announced 
recently. Mrs. Kellam will be one 
of 107 volunteer Campaign Dir- 
ectors who will unite in the 9th 
annual campaign sponsoz^d by 
the National Foundation for In- 
fantile Paralysis. The Campaign 
appeal is scheduled for January 
15th to 30tb. 

In annooncing Mrs. Kellam's 
appointment. Mr. Bryan called 
attention to the "real need" exist- 
ing among our Virginia Chapters 
for fundi to build up their re- 
serves. The heavy exiwnae of 
helping to care for the more than 
12dO infantile paralysis cases in 
Virginia in the past three years 

I has exhausted the treasuries of 
some Chapters and run others to 

I a dangerously low point. 



Upon the outhorlzation of the 
Mayor, H. Warfield Leeke. and 
H. A. Holt, Jr., Chairman of the 
Viiginia Bach Police and ftre 
committee of the Town Council a 
thorough fire Inspection will be 
made by E. B. Bayne, of all hotels 
rooming houses in the Tdwii (d 
Virginia Beach. Fire ordinance 
were passed by the CouneU and 
copies maUed to all hotel epera- 
tors in the fall. Warnings have 
been issued that a sUict oonqdi- 
ance to hUU regulatlona will he? 
enforced. 

An inspection blank in tripli- 
cate form will be filed with the 
Police and Fire Department whe 
win be authorised to check any 
irregalariUes and wheie a 
tinned vlobitioa irf tbe fire 
ance is In evldeo^p either a flne 
or a colaing of tbe estaUisbment 
win be Inorder. 
OaMde Ixtts a Jbrnk 

Roaadng hoases with guests in 
the third Ooim' must have an out- 
side fire eaeape. April ftarst is the 
deadfine for this addltfam where 
lacking And. aecordinc to Mr. 
Bayne, any place housing coats 
on the third flocn- where a fire ear 
cape is lacking will have the floor 
In question ekned off ustU com- 
pliance with the ord&umce-if 



Only three Coonties in Virginia 
watch" parties in private homes, I— Brunswick. Charles City, Craig ™**- ^^ ^ *^ understood thtt a 



he Cavalier Jlotel and Country ' feigbland. Isle of Wight and 
Club, the Pj^njjess Anne Club and Mecklenburg — have escaped in- 
OlTicers' Club at the Fort, all was fantile paralysis in the last three 
quiet. I year period. The other 97 Coun- 

1947 was ushered in with little ties and all of the larger cities 
fan-fare and little noise but with [have rpprted many polio patients, 
wind, rain and a promise of cold 



weather in the offing. 



Methodists Hear Davis, Stone, Carnan 



To (^tain tides of high or low 
water frmn above times: I^nn- 
haven Inlet, add 20 minutes: 
Ocean View, add 45 ininutes: Old 
Poini, add 45 minutes: Or^on 
Intet, subtract 45 minutes. 



NOTiOB 



Please take notice that on the 
thirteenth day <rf February, 1947 
the imdersigned will apply to the 
Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Con- 
trol board for retail licraise to sell 
wine and beer for off pr^olses 
consumption at Whitehurst Mar- 
ket, 17th and Cypress Ave., Vir- 
ginia Beach, Va. 
W. G. Whitehurst 
R. S. Whitehurst 



Miss Verna Brown, a 4th year 
student at Mary Washington Col- 
lie, - will return this week end 
after spending Christmas with 



Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prit- 
chard entertained Saturday eve- 
ning at an at hom^^from seven- 
thirty until nine thirty in honor 
of their son and daughter in-law, 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prit«hard 
Jr., whose marriage took place 

her paitmts. Mr. and Mrs. George^ recently. The guests numbered 

aown in Oceana. ' ' ^^^""^ ^^- 



A special series of messages on 
the general subject of religious 
denominations has been planned 
for he month of January for the 
Virginia Beach Methodist Church 
the pastor, Rev. Robert E. Forrest 
has announced. 

"Why we have Denominations" 
will be the subject Sunday night 
when Mr Forrest opens the series. 
On Jan. 12th the Rev. Robert P. 
Davis of the First Presbyterian 
Church will speak on the "Dis- 
tinctive Features of the Presby- 
terian Church." 

On Jan 19 the Rev. George T. 
Forrester, a retired Methodist 
minister with 43 years of active 
service. wiO speak on "The Dis*^ , 
tinctlve Pteatures of the Mthodist ^'v* *' » luncheon In honor of 
Church". The Rev. John F. Stone Miss Sallle Urquhart Goode, debu 
of the London Bridge Baptist tante. The guests will include the 
Church will speak on the "Dis- de*:utantes of the season. 



tinctlve Features of the Baptist 
Churches," and the first Sunday 
in February the Rev. Charleb W. 
Carnan of the Galilee Episcopal 
Church will bring a message on 
the "Distinctive Features of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church." 

These services will be held in 
the Va. Beach Methodist Cl)^rch 
at 7:30 o'clock and tl^ people of 
Virginia iBeach of all church af- 
filiations are Invited to partici- 
pate. A question period will follow 
each message, Mr. FOrrest stated. 



Mrs. John F. Winn, Jr., will en- 
tertain this afternoon at one o'- 
clock at her home on Raleigh 



JABVIS — COVL^ON 

Announcement is made of the 
marriage of Miss Jean Elizabeth 
Coulson, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. Ramsey Coulson of Balti- 
more, Md., 1 Charles lindsey 
Jarvis (Icky) son of Mr. and Mrs. 
William T. Jarvis of the Beach. 

The wedding took place In the 
Presbyterian Church in Rockvllle, 
Md. on Decemi':er 30 at 1:30 p.m. 

Miss Barbara Bartlett of Wash- 
ington, was maid of honor and 
Garland Atwater, of Virginia 
Beach was best man. 

The bride was attired in a grey 
wool dress and^hat with black ac- 
cessories. After February 6 Mr. 
and Mrs. Jarvis will make their 
home in Baltimore, Md. 

The wedding took place on the 
45th wedding anniversary of the 
groom's parents, Mr .and Mrs. 
W. T. Jarvis. 



One half of idl funds raised in 
the March of Dimes appeal goes 
to th National Foundation for In- 
fantile %ralysia for epidemic aid 
research and education. The oth- 
er half remains in the locality for 
treatment of local polio victims, 
and the purchase of equipment! 
for Virginia medical institutions. 

Princess Anne County, which 
contributed $3,159.11 in the 1946 
appeall has reported 5 polio cases 
in the past |hree years. 



list of such places win be made 
public . 

Mayor Leeke and the Ifenrs 
and Fire departments are imz- 
ious to safeguard the Uves of the 
residents and visitors at the 
Beach and are urging all opera- 
tors to comply, volutarily. with 
the ordinances passed and avtdA. 
any recourse jua legal action torz 
indifferance to ndes and regular- 
tlons of the Town. 



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B^afVa.Beaeh 
Announces Raise 
In Savings hterest 



Norfolk Sfmthem 
Adds New Buses 

E. M. Hetcher, vke presldoit 
and general Bunager of the Vkst- 
folk and Southern Bos CWp, baa 
snooneed the long awaited ar- 
rival of ten 



•re five ACP-BMB. aireamBtlon.' 
ed. 37 paaKDger vdifelca amf five- 
General Motofs, Dfevl-powered 



THE OLD JUDGE SAITS..* 




OLD JUDGE: "Jerry, the folks ujJ at the 
hG3;:;ta| asked me to come down and talk 
to yen about heading up the hospital drive. 
Il3w about it?" 

J^iRRY:"! feel honored, Judge. But there's 
cne thing I'd like to see done." 
OLD JVDGE: "What's that. Jerry?" 
JERR Y. " Wlaen they build the new a(kiition 
I J ii!;e to 830 thein include a clinic l<x the 
tuaLinent of chronic alcoholics. The time 
I' s cjme. Juc',3e, when every enlightened 
r ...ihunity should realize that alcoholian 
: e.i:!.nc2 gi a disease that's just as real 



as any other. Scientists have proved by 
researdi it must be tr^ted [H'ofessionally. 
You've got to get at the underlying causes 
of tbe akoholk's abnc«inal behaviour." 

OLD JUDGE:" Don't worry about the clinic, 
Jeiry. H^ plans are all prepared and the Board 
has already talked to a young, up-and<om- 
ing doctor who has studied alcoholism at ood 
of the big universities. As soon ^s the clinic 
is ready, he'll come here and take charge." 

y£/?^y."That'sfine. Judge. You can count 
on roe now that we're going at this thing 
aeosUAy and sci^iti&aUy." 



Marking what is believed to be 
a new trend in attracting savings 
accounts, the Bank of Virginia 
Beach will pay one and one-half '^^ Points 
per cent interest on savings up^^**^"!^' ■'""'heCaf 
to $2fiao with the usual one per ^""^ ("> ^'i' 
cent for Interest-bearing ifepositB 
over that amoont. 

E. H. Church. presMent of ttie 
bank, said the action was taken 
at a meeting ot the board of dir- 
ectors Thursday night and ex- 
plained that it was primarily in 
the interest of small depositors. 
He added fiffther Uiat it was his 
opinion that interest on savings 
will tbe Increased by other instit- 
utions, especially since the «»»* 
of America took the initiative in 
upping its interest payments 
from one to one and (me-quarter 
per cent jdso effective January 
first. 

It was announced that the 
board of the Virginia Beach Bank 
had voted a Christmas bonus, 
amounting to one-half of one 
month's salary, to officers and 
emjdoyees. in ghf^-*-!^ im iruvanf 
which was described by Church 
as much greater than was anti- 
cipated for the first full year <tf 
operation. The iMUik was opoied 
on June 5, 1945. 

Church reported that the usual 
semi-aimnal three per cent divi- 
dend authori»d on November 5. 
had been fully paid to stock- 
holders of record. 



Oceana PTA Gives 
iMock Wedding 

I Undor the auspices of the 
: Oceana P.T A. a Tom Thumb 
I Wedding will be staged at the 
I Oceana High School, Friday, Jan- 
I uary 17 at ^jn. 
j The affair is for the i^eneflt 
jof raising funds for the purchase 



J'lm « i*ii rti — l i l t ttmamtd by DmiM/lfMU Inmmlt, Imc. 



of a piano for the school. Mrs. 
Charles W. Hitehings is chairman 
assisted by Mrs. Maurice McKen- 
' ney. 



The ACP tmam. wtaoae air-eon- 
ditionlng naksa ^—^ man ndt- 
able for longer Mpa, an bcinc. 
placed m mm to the Bfote dte.- 
bgr the emnr- 
aietobe 
nms. aceord- 
ing to B. If. WUUtar. 

Norfoik %Mttaem drivers re- 
cently braogiit tte new buses to> 
tbe gangs near ChesietfWd 
Heighta Is Horfidk. The GOC^ 
driven tttm Toledo and theACFk- 
{from ffcitedf Iphis, were Ughlr/- 
praiae< by tbe vetoan diisoK^. 
who far«ngitf o^m in. 

The delivery ef flic boil 
buses is eonted in FMniaiy 
"omettme betmen FWmiary 
May aaoUur IS sbould arrive. 

Thoe twenty veliides ^U be 
CSenoral Moton Odds. 10 of than 
air-cooditianed, 37 aaO- 41 paaKD- 
ger buses to be placed oo the 
^Hrginia Beadi run, and the oth- 
er 10, city type. faydnuiUc traas- 
mlsdoo,buaes to go in serrioe on 
routes serving Btoad Cre«* Via-_ 
age. Norvlew and Wax Hall. 

neteher said that the eooQieny^^ 
b»a about half a ndUloo doUais 
worth of bus eoidpoMot m fotftf ' 
and* that amroximatdy glgg.OSff' 
shop equipment had already 
been installed at tbe bin cwpcM^ar 
tion garage. 

FoUowlng Its war time tnus- 
portation rffort. the bus eom- 
pany. according to Fletdiv,. te 
now devoting ei^ty eOwt to'tte 
bettennmt ot its fa T M^nH)r*-^« TW 
facilities for the poet-war teas- 
er." 



GMBJBm 

Mrs. Roland Tknrp, preside^ 
announces that tbe Woaaea's Aux 
iliary of the Galilee 
Church will m^t In the 
House Tuaiay, Jamiacy 7 i^ it^iy 



Mr. and Mrs. Loiny D. 

entert^zwd MasaS»r 

the PriaoMs Anne Oe^ibiy 

at a ballet smver. Tbe 

nusboed abmit one iM wir wi w^ 

fifty. 




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dHkt Oftie* of 

irttUbi tM days to 
and It Is far- 
tlMkt « VXB9 of this 
ba tmrardsd Uw defendant 
r Ml kBOnn addrss and be 
tn Uie ^rgln»:k Beach 
iwi ip apCT published In 
Hw Onmty of ftincess Anno; 
for four weeks, and 
tliat a eonr be posted at the front 
door of tbm court House of the 
said CoBTt on or bclore the next 
iVBcee^as rvle day. 
TKt<!: WiUiam F. Hudgins, Clerk 

U^ Belton, D. C. 
Ray Smth. PA- ^^*^ 

nxasTEes bale of valu- 

ABUB PROPERTY IN CAVAU" 
BR PARK. LYNNHAVEN MAG- 
ISTRAL DISTRICT, NEAR THE 
TOWH OP VIRGINIA BEACH. 
IN TOIWCBSS ANNIE COUNTY, 

vmopnA. 

&i execution of a deed of trust 
fmn Joiin 8. Beattie, unmarried, 
la a« anderaigned Trustee, dat- 
ed ApeU 1st, 1946, and recorded 
ia tiw Clvk'S lOffice of the Cir- 
•gB Oovt of Princess Anne Co- 
mttw. Vbainia. in Deed book 234. 
pmB Mb the undersigned Trus- 
IH vil oOier for sale at public 
at the front door of the 
Hian in the Town of Virgin- 
te Baacii, Virginia, at 12 o'clock 
■BOM «■ Riday, January 10th, 
aa. tiw fbllawing described pro- 



Sunaak »mm Varkway in Cava- 
lier Fark. Princess Anne County, 
Vtrginta". 
itRMS: CASH. 

Boor amith. Trustee. 
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hsM vittiib «iB (!•) 4aya aitai 
due pMhIleaUotk taieof. and do 
wtiat nay ibe oMeaiary to protect 
lier intweat in this suit. 



COBIBIOIIWBALTH OP VIROIN- 

lA, In "the Clerk's Cffice of the 

Circuit Cwurt of the County of 

Princes Anne on the 9th day 

of December 1946. 

BILLJE L. TREVETT, Plaintiff, 

iigainst 
BEATRICE O. TREVETTT, Defen- 
dant. 
I The object of this suit is to ob- 
jtain from the defendant an an- 
'nulmeijt of mairage upon tiiP 
ign ds that s&ld marriage was 
never consumated. 
I And an affidavit haveing been 
I made and filed that the defend- 
.ant iBeatrice O. Trevett is not 
'resident of the State of Virginia, 
it is ordered that she do appear 



irauam F. attdrtna. Omk, 
R. H. Wast. D. C. 
Robwt L. StmpaoD. ^.q. 1»M 



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ANoniEB cmusnus 

BAB PASSED 



Our darling's blue eyed doll is 

bust 

And teddy squeak.s no inore; 
The soldier met a warior's faip.. 

His head lies on the floor. 
We miE-J the darky's oiiuitly btiw. 

Stilled are his nimble feet: 
The air gun was a wow until 

It winged our birdie sweet. 
Now Junior, back in school. 

dreams of 

Departed glory gay. 
tdlMl Christmas comes but once 




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An irate centleinan eaUed a 
newspaper editor on tlu tde- 
pbone. stating bis name. T)id 
9«i put that noUce of my daatb 
ia tba paper?" be aboulaL Taa, 
I did." ibe aditor admittiii, "Iv... 
ir Om way..Jb«r«tBt«f:a«r Mi^_j^ ph^ 
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': Tlut certain lot, piece or 
tt land, with the' buildings 
«Bd jaonraonents threon, situate 
in the <2aanty of Princess Anne, 
State oC Virginia, and known, 
and diesignated as Site 
Seventeen (17) on the 
ICap entitled "Map of Cavalier 
iPuk. Section 1". made by John 
It Baldwin, C. E.. and duly re- 
corded in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of said County 
in Rcfeas»? Book 6, a: page •I'^S. 
SEX'ONi:): That ce 'ain pi -■' or 
parcel of land Kitu.ii.e in x.;i(i Co- 
unty of Prhicess Aii;.t', Sur.n of! 
Virginia, lying fctt'veen t'nr Nor- j 
ihct-n boundary of Site Number | 
Seronteen (17) as shown on said 
map entitled ."Map of Cavalier 
Paiii, Section 1". and the South- 
cm iKBmdari; of Sunset Shores 
Parkway, asr sfiawii an the map 
entitled "Flat Showing a part of 
aiBi^ sauves Parkway, in Cava- 
lier Faric. Princess Aime County, 
k*, nade'by John M. Bald- 
C K. and recorded in said 
OOloe ill Deed Book 175, 
t at-A. the said sarpel of 
known, numiwred and 
■s Bite Number Eight- 
(jgiB CUD. as Aawn en said map 



Webb Pharmacy 

27th and Atlantic Ave. 

Complete 

DRUG STORE SERVICE 

PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED 
PRESCRIPTION DEPT. 

SODA FOUNTAIN 



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Expert Shoe Repair Service 





Virginia Beach Shoe Repair 




AUDITING 




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HOTEL SYSTEMS and 
Controb. 



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ACCOUNTING 

Do you know that th« federal law requires 
each individual, merchant and firm to keep records? 

Bookkeeping is essential and if done by my 
system will minimiie and simplify your tax prob 
lems. 

My tax library is complete and up to^ate. 
Your immediate and future tax problems gladly dis- 
cussed- 

j 7 ROLAND COURT 

VIR(aNIA BEACH, Va. 
Cflice Telephone 163 " Bes. Telephone 1546 



Seaside Electric 

WwtlaglMiM* and Universal A p p MMf M 
Electric Supplies and Fixtww 

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Romanoff Imported Caviar 

Pate of Smoked Salmon 

Crab Paste 

Lobster Paste 

Anchovy Paste 



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Atlantic Ave. at 16th Street 



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il lie Beacik W^afcli Sliojp 

EXPERT WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR! W 



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314 - 17th STREET, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 
Prompt Service All Work Guaranteed All Work Bone On Premises 
9 till 5:30 Phone. Va. Beach 1976 




«.«. Df CHAMCBBT 

MARY DBL0BB91 SUCCB. De- 
fendant. 
The object of tlie above autt is 
for the eomplainant to secoie a 
divorce a,mensa et thoio. to ke 
later merged into a divorce a vm- 
.cuk) matrimonii, upon'the gnmnd 
•xif desertion, from tlie defendant, 
Ql^y Delores Smith. An affidavit 
liav'mi; been made according to 
law that Mary Delores Smith is 
not a resident of the stite of Vir- 
ginia and that her last kncm-n 
Post Office address is 931 Jack 
Street, Brooklyn. ISaltimore 25, 
Maryland, it is ordered that she 



What Is Your 



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Most Priceless Possession? 




Stop!^ 



Undoubtedly, you will answer, "The members 
of my family." Proleclinp ibtiii is llie chief 
inlPrest of your life. But who will provide that 
protertiou when you no loiiJier 'eaii? The an- 
swer lies in the plans you make for the i-ianape- 
nieut of your Estate. That's why you should . . • 




RESOLVE THIS NEW YEAR TO. . . 

... make certain the provisions of your Will 
Mate your wishes correctly. 
. . . select an experienced executor who will 
always be available to carry oul those wishes. 
. . . review v«mr plaim pronmlN ^'ilh one of 
die Trust Officers at "ComnM*ce." 



NATlOkAL BANK OF COMMERCE 



Main and Atlantic 



Hampton Blvd. and 38th 
Granby and Bute 
Ghuich and Freemasoii 




Suburlian Park on Granbjr 

U.S. Naval Sutioo 

Vii^inia Bcadi, Vvginia 



1 rwmui. DwoHT iNsuaufo ooaKa*iMM ,_ 

Chartered m 1867 as **The Peoples BaHk"-StiIJ the people's bank 

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LASKIN 
ROAD 

at 
Pacific Avenue 




17th STREET 
Betwem 
Atlantic 
Padflt 



LiT?LE 
STAR 



DAILY SAVING^ 



Prices Also Effective in Our New 

Colonial Super Market 

LasL'In Road at Pacific Avenue 



IMPROVED MEAT SERVICE AND 

GUARANTEE OF QUALITY 

In our mariiets you have the choice pf two grades and 
two prices on quality beef. We believe that as every type 
of demand must be aupplied with crooerles, se must the 
demand for a variety of grades and typea of meats and 
poultry be met. We believe no virtue sttacbea to a> policy 
for provldlnc one prices only when more tban-rtic^nrade 
is requbred to complete our service. We are intif(«d^tb 
your response to tbls feaure of our service. 

SAfn^ACTION GUARANTEED OE IfblJE MOME¥ CHEEB- 

FULL¥ BCFUNDEO. 



Grade A — Breakfast 

BACON, sliced lb.69« 

SIRLOIN or KOUND 

AA or A tb B grade, lb 

.STEAK S®c Sic 

CEUCK- ROAST r^%t S9c 
FRESH GROUND Wm ^ lb. SSc 



J^oneless Shouluer (AA or A) 
VEAL ROAST lb 47c 



VEAL CUTLETS 
LEG o' LAMB 
BOILED HAai 



lb 71c 

lb 55c 

•/zlb 45c 



SMOKED 
Skinned 

HAMS 

Whole or Half 



Fresh Dressed, Frs'ing 1 ^ 

lb. 47c I SSS lb. 



Chickens 



^ Garden FreskProducD -^^ 

U. S. No. 1, FANCY 

YELLOW ONIONS 5Ibsl7e 

IN MESH BAGS. 5 !b 20e 

Virginia TOliciGL's Apples 2 lbs 23e 
Florida Juicy Grasef ruit 4 for 18c 
Large California Lemons doz. 37c 
New Crop Green Cabbage SlbslSe 
Fresh Green Curly K?!3 2 lbs 15c 



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Beets 

2 bchs 25c 



California 
Desert Sweet 

Dates 

8 oz. 31c 



Fancy 



ItaUaa 

Chestnuts 
19c lb. 



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WININGDER*S TAILOR SHOP 

OcvMM. Va. 

CoMpletc Hm of Cosiiune J«w«lry for 
Chrlstnw Gifts 

TAILORING — ALTERATION 

FUR REPAIRING 
Abu L. WininBder Phone 182| 






J!J^Sopicty\*v' 



Mn. S. Hardy Cote, Local Reporter 

PARTIES : ANNOUNCEMENTS : PERSONALS 
PhMie or Bring TItem to the News Office 



Virginia Beach Decorating Co. 



J. p. Roberts 



J. P." Mac Iver 



Promiit Expert Service 



PAINTING ■ DECORATING 
PAPERHANGING 

Interior Exterior — Estimates Cheerfully Given 



Phones 1111 11214 1167-1 



f- 

Eseloaive Diitriboton »l Virglni* Beaeh 




PAINTS — OILS — VARNISHES 

Sign Painting — Murals — Furniture Refinishing 

Retail Store - 204 23rd Street 

BUILDING REPAIRS REMODELING CONSTRUCTION 
MICHAEL COLLABOLLETTA 



General Contractor 



Office 204 23rd Sheet 



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Phone 1111 , 



Miss Juba Ivey of Lynchburg 
is visiting Miss Jane Ro|>lnson at 
her liome on 52nd street. 

Capt. and Mrs. Alfred P. Ran- 
dolpii have returned to Annapolis 
Md., after visiting Mr .and Mrs. 
R. Lawson Miles, Jr., at Uioir 
home in Cavalier Park. 

Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hlx ha\ c 
returned to their home in Bay 



Colony after attending the Qer- 
raan Club dance Monday even- 
■ng In Richmond, Va. 

Capt. and Mrs. H. W. Austin, 

Jr., and young son v»Ul return 

lo-day to West Paim Beach. 



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ualfocd for duty. 

Hr. and IiCrs. Thomaa C. I^lyan 
have returned to their hoBM on 
aand street after spemUng several 
months with t^lr son-in-law and 
daughter, 14. and Mrs. j. L. Mc- 
Clane. Jr., in Charleson, 8. C. 

Mrs. Clara Bonney had as her 
Christmas guests her son and 
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 
Linwood Bonney of Rocky Mount 
N. C. and her grandaughter. Miss 
Virclnia Bonney, of Colombia Uni 
versity in New York. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pauley have 
he?n spending the holidays with 
M'.s. Fiuley's mother, Mrs. Wll- 




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SANITARY 

^DIAPER^ 

SERVICE 

iNMin OP m MAni mvici 

MtmunOfAINilCAl 

IMMUNATI DIIIVIRY 
NORFOLK— PORTSMOUTK— 
VIRGINIA BEACH ^ 

• % twice-weekly rental itevvu- 

of sterOlxed diapers! 
e Coating jron ten tluui the prlt-c 

<4 lannderlBg alonel 
e A large white eiiamel irrtp' 

Ucle eqolpped with deo 

dorlaerl 
e We test all dlapere SCIKN 

TIFICAUiV after BSAUU 



na„ after spending the holidays 

Aith Capt. Au,st:ns .)a:cnts Mr. ■'''*."? ^""•.«L'^*' ^°"^ ^ *^^^*"* 
ad Mrs. H. W. Austin, In the 



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• ABV MAOAZINI malttd FREE 
•vary monlh. Writ* today. Wo do 
iho roil. 



DIAL 

24444 

8n,5 C: '-/ St. 



Oakleigh Apts. 

■Jimcs Tyler. Jr, returned on 
Tuesday to Rockwell Center, N.Y. 
a:ter spndlng t^e holidays here. 

Susan Dodson left Tuesday to 
visit her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. 
Haywood Cockwell, at their home 
In Richmond, Va. 

Midshipman William M. Flynn 
will return Friday to the Naval 
Air Station. Pensacola, Fla. after 
spending the holidays with his 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thongs 
C. Flynn. on 22nd street. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Everett 
left last week to visit Capt. and 
Mrs. Blair Fitts In Robins Field. 
Georgia. 

Miss 'Sara Waa^ arrived Tues- 
day from Richmond to visl|; Mrs. 
Norman Scott at her home in 
Rudee Heights. 

Frank Jackson and his son. 
Jack have returned to their home 
In Indianlapolis, Ind, after visit- 
ing Mr. Jacksdh's sonln-law and 
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Goode 
now Tyler, Jr., at their home ir 
Rudee Heights. Mrs. Frank Ja 
on, who has also bee.i visiting' 
rr. ar.d Mrs. Tyler, will r -main 



Mr. and m:is. Raymond Prit- 
chard, Jr., left Monday to spend 
>:c\v, Year's day with Mrs. Prlt- 
chard's parents^ Mr. and Mrs. J. 
C. Watklns, in Emporia.Va. 

Gordon Potter, a student a t 
Oakridge Military Institute, who 
has been spending his hohoay 
vacation with his parents. Mr. Se 
Mrs. Dean Potter, will return to 
Oakridge this week end. 

Mr. and Mrs. JoJm A. Gurkln, 
Jr.. have returned to their home 
on 102nd street after spending 
Christmas at Mrs. Gurkin's home 
in Lynchburg. Va. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Winslow 
and grandaughter. Marion Dud- 
ley, have returned to their home 
in Williamson, W. Va., after 
spending Christmas with Mrs. 
Wlnslow's sister. Mrs. Genevieve 
Shaffer on Va. Beach Boulevard. 

Mr. A. C. Peel, who has been 



ANNOUNCING --- 

THE OPENING OF , 

CLeml) Gollege 

A nursery play school for children ages 3 to 5 

Enrollment is limited in order to srive each papil 
sperial care and individual tutorinjer. 

(ia.s.ses meet .Monday through Friday from 9 to 2. 

Applications are now being considered for tjie 
semester January to June. 

FOR INFOR.MATION CALL 1518.R 

Mrs. C. L. Lowen 306 26th Street 



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Tax Returns 



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TfllLORED 




1803 ATLANTIC AVENUE 

(across from the Bank of Virginia Beach) 

We also carry a line of office supplies for your 
accounting and bookkeeping needs. 



» BOOKS KEPT FOR SMALL & LARCE BUSINESSES 



Resid 



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WINTER 



CLEARANCE 

Misses' and Juniors' Apparel and Accessories 



UP TO f 0% OFF 



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DREkSSES, Misses and Juniors . 

11 Dresses formerly 12.95 & 14.95 
14 Dresses formerly 17.95 
22 Dresses formerly 22.95 
24 Dresses formerly 25.00 
50 Dresses formerly 29,95 
29 Dresses formerly 35.00 
If? DrefiSes formerly 39i)5 

6 Dresses forr:eny ^^,03 ^ ; 

6 Dresses f ormerly^9X*5 fi' ^P-5 



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N6W 5.00 
NOW 12.00 
NOW 14.00 
NOW 16.00 
NOW 18.00 
NOW 20.00 
NOW 25.00 

NOW 35.0 



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SUITS, Misses rnd .fe-icrs . . 
26 Suits f orin-rl y 1,5 00 la C ?.00 



NOW 25 00 lo 40.00 



SKIRTS, Woo! rndCrr>o, Solid and ?!?id. . . 
ONE GROUP formerly 7 95 to 9.95 



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ONE GROUP formerly 19 95 & 12.95 
ONE GROUP formerly 8.95 to 14.95 

(not all sizes) , 

Group of Plaid Scarves y 
NOW 75c 

SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE 



NOW 8..50 

NOW 8,50 
NOW 7.00 



HATS 

FORMERLY TO 7.95 

NOW Vz PRICE. 



GLOVES 

ONE (JROUP 

.,JW H PRICE 



PURSES 

ONS; MtOl P TO 15.00 

NOW % PRICE 



PLAYSHOES 

(not all sizes) 
TO 4:9.3 

NOW 2.00 



Monogrammed 

Cigarette Case 

NOW Vz PRICE 



COATS, Misses and Juniors . • • * 






12 Coats formerly 45.00 to 65.00 

NOW 25.00 to 40.00 



5 RAINCOATS formerly 22.95 



NOW 1Q.00 



ONE GROUP of BLOUSES formerly 7.95 to 12.95 

NOW .5.00 



ONE GROUP of SWEATERS formerlv to lfi.95 

NOW25ooo«f 



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Virginia >Beach, Virginia 



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ONE GROUP of SLIPS formerly 3.00 and 4.95 
NOW 1.00 and 2.00 

ONE GROUP of GOWNS formerlv 7.95 

NOW 400 

ONE GROUP wool Jersey ROBES formerly 22.95 

NOW 17.00 

ONE GROUP Cotton PAJAAfAS f omeriy to 5J5 

NOW 2.00 

Group of Dickeys to ISt 
NOWIjOO 

ALL SALES FBHAL 



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rLASSIFIED *** l*v»tory In room. Auto- 



tilt. Km. nionc SMI * 

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THANSFER SERVICE 

Telephone 1479 
GENERAli 
lANSFER SERVICE 
Ifc W. TUNE, Manager 



HOUSE PAINTING 

DECORATING 
FIRST CLASS WORK 

GUARANTEED 

ItUnmtti CtaeerfttUy Givei* 

f , H. S. DECORATORS 

wSne 272 W - 133 



Barco and Pages 

CINDER and CONCRETE 

immediate Delivery 
BIjOCK WORKS 



ailNIMtJM CHAROI for one 

i4ir«rtlmneiit of M wordi or 
IMS, one time 50c. Three tlnee 
11.00. More Urn 20 wordi 1 
time S cents • word: Uiree 
Omee 1 1-3 cents. 
Pleue count the words in your 
ad and send remittance with 
order. The cost at carrying 
many small accounts la pro- ! 
I hlbltive. 

BEACH FLOWI.it SUOV — Cor- 
sages, plants, cut flowers. Phont 
1310. 1816 Paciric Avenue, be- 
tween 18th and 10th. 

White Itovntain Girls wanted to 
serve In Rosedale Dairy. Hours 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or 4p.m. to mid- 
night. Apply Rosedale Dairy 
Store aoth and Atlantic. tl 
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matic heat, hot water. 314 32 St 
PlKme 14ia-J after PJD. lS9t 



Tmt Inf wmaMea eaU 



Wanted furnished house with S ^i^ p, q. i|ntkcra. S11-J. 
or mme bed roiuns. Permanent. 53^4 »nd Attaatie 

resident. Call 1386-R. Ita 



WANTED TO RENT 

apartment. 3 or 4 bed rooms. 
Winter or year around. Call 
Norfolk 81192, collect. 12133ta 



FOR RBNT furnished rooms or 
house or apartment. Oall liaO-W 



nra 

Cordwood 

worn BAU 

Cal ta iMMtlk 

TeleHhone 1404-M VUrflola BeMh 
or 120 Princess Anne 



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FOR THE BEST In frosted Food 
Cabinets, Sizes 3cu.ft. to 30, See 
WALLACE CLARK London Bridge 
phone 118 J 11 tf 



„ Phone 1S7-R 

ggjttffMwan and Norfolk An 

Vtrflnla Beaeh. Vf- ^^^^ 

BRICKWORK 

j^y sort of brick and cinder 
^M«* work done. Alterations 

or new. 
H/l ^a TAft ' Phone S15-BIX 

Jj ii M O tM ♦♦♦ '>♦**♦ »♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ 

Iwtb nU Top Soil 

Cwcnto Work A»ph«U Drivoway* 

J. F. BAUM 

CONTRACTOR 
Comer SS St. * Arctic Ave. 

Phone 1266 

Ropair BaMmant Laaha 

{mm- < — • — ^ ' ~ 

llaakkeeping Andlting 

WARFIELD LEEKE 

^; ; Income Tax 

Batcl systems and Controls 

Kfbone 165 Res. phone 1546 



PIANO TUNING repairing, reg- 
ulating. Prompt service. Drop 
a card to Roy Chrlsten8en,'l350 
W. Woodlawn. Broad Creek Vil- 
lage. 1213iat 



FOR SALE Warm Morning coal 
stove. Good as new. Price $30. 
Call 811-M. Itft 



FOR SALE 4 sections with glass 
Over Head Oarage Doors with 
hardware complete. Call Va. 
Beach 1111. tf 

FOR SALE 1000 ft. "Bradley's" 
hard-wood oak flooring. Call 
Paul deWltt, Phone 50. 12th & 
Ocean. Ita 



EXTRA FINE 

FLOOR WORK 

Done by Expert Floormen 

C. W. MARSHALL 

RFD 2. Box 546 Portsmouth 
Phone 1927JW i»ortsmouth 



^B. L. HARVEY 

PAINTING, GENERAL REPAIR 

Cor. 4th & Arctic 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



AMMONS & ALBARTY 

Fainting Contractors 

Itsriar. Exterior, Large mr Small 

Any Job Welcome 

niEE ESTIMATES 

Wtume 1583 — Night 1144- J 



TELEPHONE OPERATORS 

BEGINNERS » 

You will be paid while you learn 

Desirable Working Conditions 

Om>ortur.ities For Advancement 

Come in and discuss it with us. 

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC 

TELEPHONE CC»<PANY 

OF VIRGINA 

302 22nd Street. . 



JOE L\LE 

gdto Virginia BcMk 

Phone 1197 



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l^uibaven ^-l»hone 44889 

fjfaifitMfen Electric Service 
Water Systems and 
Service. Repair. <HI 



A. C. Peel 

jUPtbe Work IMll Press 

(Welding 

9t wfhlmr work 
Afrfieid Road 

1001 or 985-W 



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wrrcHwooD 
Tj^'^ mn HOME 

por thOM who wish exclusive 
roHOdlngs with , nursing care 
year niipA. 3Sth street ood 
Ave. Vindnia Beach. Va. 
Beferances Exchanged 



IJ9T YOUR PROPERTY 
witli 

t^WABKand 

MASUEY. Inc. 

E8t^«— Rortals 
S» P.O. BoxlS9 



TELEPHONE OPERATORS 

EXPERIENCED 

Increased Earnings 

Desirable Working Conditions 

Opportunities For Advancement 

Come in and discuss Jit with us 

CHESAPEAKE & VCfrOUAC 

TELEPHONE COMPANY 

OF VIRGINA 

302 — 22nd Street 



Men's Bible Class 

Prcsbjrterian Chnrch 

35tii and Pacific Ave 

9:45 ajB. to 10:45 a.Bk 

EVERYBODY WELCOME 

SPENCER SUPPORTS 
CALL 
Mrs. Ftank P, Smith 
Beglstred Dealer Phone 1287 



. Lending . Cmt 

RAGGED ROBIN 
BOOKSHOP 



Mareia D. SIndata- HMiie 1284 
33rd at Atlantic Avenae 
Virginia Beadi. Va. 



0mBUL CONTRACTING 

fir«ck — Fainting 
_ Brick Work 



mt-W M. E. FentreaE 

Serreimelli Accordian 

l^ul^'. exMltent wndition. 

0ee irt 423-24th slateet, ^t. 3. 

12133ta 



. Westinghouse electric 
pfgtdtOe WMtinghmise 
OoiUi^ No. 2 Timrist 
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MEN'S BOBU: CLASS 

First 
Baptist Church 

Meetbtf every SmaOxy 9:45 ) 

A. A. ROGfXS. IXACHER ) 

17tta A An^ie Ave. ) 



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Floyd T. Deary & Sona 

operating as 

Floyd T. Deary Co. 



Tenuar^fMl 

hot biscat** 
KOY.-M,! Econoi 

(JITO mAio B 

tilu .vlh produced 1 
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INSTRUCTION 
■riCI ALIBINO 
SnXD WRITING 

Mrs. Jamea S, Bamm Teleplione H7.W-4 



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A. E. AMMONS 

Rt. 1 Box 27-B 

Phone Virginia Beach llll 



RecondiUonin$>. 



Specialtists in 
Repairing and 



Installation 



or Industrial and ^Farm Machli\ery 



LATHE — MILLING MACHINE — DRILL PRESS 

AMPLE CaWcITY 

Electric and Acetylene Welding Equipment 



London Bridge at N & S Railway Phone 96-J 

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45lhANNIVERSARY j 

MORE FLAVOR 
PER CUP AND 

"MORE 

CUPS PER 

POUND 

Than Wtieji^^ 
Coffee Alone ' 
Is Used' ^^ 



HOTEL;'., 
SPECIAL. 



MARTIN OUTBOARD MOTORS 




OSBORN CONSTRUCTION GO. 

JOE OSnOUN & SON 

t 

OWNERS 

Oceana, Virginia 

Hauling & Dirt Fill 
* Manufacturing Building Blocks 

• All Kinds of Concrete Work 
* Septic Tank Instalbition 

* Repairing and Cleaning 

Phone 1184 Rea Phone n06 



For Immediate Sale 

Stormont's 
20th St. at Atlantic Phone 93 



W. W. Cox, Jr. 



Egt. 1866 



COX FUNERAL HOME 

WESTOVER and Bf^NTEO 
NORFOLK 





Bayne Theatre 

OPENS DAILY 2 :00 P. M. 



Jeanne Crain 



FRroAY and SATURDAY 

MARGIE 

Lynn Ban 
SUNDAY, MONDAY awl TUESDAY 



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Tlie iii"'»|!;'"g editor of the iVeio Yaik 
HertUtotkm dity *M on Deeonber 21, 
1879. So diie lueadUne in hie paper hit 
bim witfamtt waniiiig. 

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The public pr<Hnptly abouted lioax!** 
Scioatists called EdiMmarazy. And our 
shocked, angry editor expected to be 

fired. 

But he wam^t. Eleven days lata-, 
Thomas Edison beld a unique New 
Year's party in his labiNratwy at M^ilo 
Park, New Jersey, and inwted the world 
to see bis '^flameless light.'" Thousands 
came and wen; eonvinced. Die incan- 
descent lamp was reaL 

Soon unall companies were Ringing 
the bea^t8<tf Edison's newCnngled lamp 
to die people. En^ueers mad business 
men po«u«d in dieir energy md time .. . 
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imiwoved the aervioe. 

Gcuammau dUUt do the job. Indi- 
i°'<ftni^f liUd. And in the process, they 
created ytb* tor many thousands of 
Amerkans, as well as a great new ser- 
vice lor many millions nuNre. 

When Edis<m opoied the first power- 
plant in 1^2, electricity com 25c a 
kilowatt4ioiur. This year, as we mark 
the 100th anniversary of the great in- 
vmtor'e bulh, the average price cf 
housebtdd electricity aoross the country 
is only 3 l/3c per kilowirtt-hour. 

Tiunks to Edistmls imagination and 
entcrfM-ise -^thanks to the toura^ and 
initiative 4^' many men and w^men, 
working un^r die Ajnericui buunesa 
system — this eoontry enjoys the most 
and the best electeic service in the 
world. And aU our livra are rM&er, 
aido*, mwe pcodttctive. 

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SUNDAY and MONDAY 

PLAINSMAN AND THE LADY 

WlUian Elliott Vera Ral^on 

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Vol. 22 — No. 10 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 1947 



8INGLB GCM>T Ic^ I1.M PB IMMM 



Observance of Fire 
Ordinance Ordered Here 



Following on the heels of the 
ptopmed fire Inspection, of all 
hotls and rooming houses at Vir- 
ginia Beach, the Town Council 
in regular session Monday even- 
ing adopted an emergency ordin- 
ance requiring all hotels, room- 
ing' houses, shoim and other 
places of' business at the resort i 
to install fire extinguishers so as 
to meet with the safety lequire- 
nients of the fir inspector's office. 

The«masure also authorizes a 
survey by the fire inspector or 
other officials of the fire depart- 
ment for defective wiring, which 
also is mentioned in the ordln- 
ance.Recommendattons of these 
authodties will be followed or 
fines between $10 and $100 will 
be risked. The ordinance, passed 
on a motion of Councilman H. 
A. Holt makes each day's viola- 
tion a separate offense. 
Interest In AnUqal Problem 

Mrs. R. Lee Page,' president of 
the newly organized Virginia 
Beach Society for the prevention 
of Cruelty to Animals, appealed 
to. the council for cooperation in 
setting up a temporary shelter for 
stray animals, and announced 
that a movement was underway 
for establishing a veterinary hos- 



Beach Merchants 
Meet To Form 
Organization 



Responding to an invitation 
from R. B. Taylor, president of 
the Virginia Beach Chamber of 
Commerce and prontinent civic 
leader in Virginia Beach, approxi- 
mately SO merchants and busi- 
ness men from the resort and 
from Princess Anne County met 
at the Town jBall on Thursday 
night last w^k to discuss plans 
for the organization of a business 
men's association to function In 
a capacity similar to that of a 
retal merchants association. 

After considerable discussion 
concerning the aims and purpos- 
es of the organization, which was 
described as a medium through 
hich merchants and business 
.men of the town and of the coun- 
ty could discuss mutual problems 
and evolve methods of improving 
business services and conditions 
generally, a committee composed 
of Prank Kellam. R. B. Taylor 



'Local Red Cross 
To Hold Business 
Meeting Jan. 21st 



The annual business meeting of 
the ^incess Anne County Red 
Cross will I'oe held Tuesday even- 
inif Jannskty 31 at 6:30 p.m. in 
thfr Presbyterian Church, 36th & 
Pacific. 

Dinner will be prepared by the 
Canteen Corps. Mrs. Martha Hull 
is chairman of this committee. 

iH. W. Chaffee, chapter chair- 
man .will preside over a short 
business meeting following the 
dinner and will hear ^he rport 
of Sidney Kellam, chairman of 
the nominating committee. Thet 
will be the election of officers for 
th coming year. 
Enertalnmcnt Planned 

As an entertainment feature 
there will be negro spirituals sung 
Mr. DKoven King will demon- 
strate the art of Slight of Hand 
and Mr. Joseph Spruill will show 
technicolor movie films of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 
Public Invited 

The public Is invited to attend 
and reservations for the dinner 
may b made by calling 938. A 
small charge will be made for the 
dinner. 



Nicholson Speaks 



At Beach Garden Thumh Wedding 



Club Meeting 



The Virginia Beach Garden 
Club met Wednesday afternoon 
at the home of M!t-s. Bdward M. 
Hardy on Avenue C. Mrs. Pres- 
ton Hix, piesident, presided. Mr. 
Clyde P. Nicholson, Town Engin- 
eer, gave a talk on "The Beauti- 
lication of Virginia Beach". 

The exhl;its for this month 
which were Judged by Mrs. J. R. 
Pritchard of the '^Princess Anne 
Garden Club, were "Arrange- 
ments of Greens for Occassional 
Tables". Mrs. Peyton May won 
the blue ribbon, Mrs. James N. 
Bell, Jr., won the red ribbon and 
Mrs, Greyson Willis, the yellow 
ribbon. 

The winner of the Christmas 
Doorway Contest was announced 
to be Mrs. James N. Bell, Jr. 

Mrs. Emmett Kyle was voted 
an hono.ary member of the Vir- 
ginia Be^ch Garden Clu'a. 

Following the meeting, tea 
was served. 



Plans For Tom 



Completed 



Plans have been completed for 
the Tom Thumb Wedding to be 
held at the Oceana High School 
Friday. January 17 at 8 pjn. as 
nnounced by Mrs. Charles Hitch- 
ings and Mrs. Maurice McKenney 
co-chairmen for the entertain- \ 
ment. 

The funds realized will be used 
for the purchase of a piano for 
the school and the entertaimnent 
Is sponsored by the Parent Teach- 



March of Dimes Drive 
Gets Under Way Jan. IS 

Book Study Group 
To Hear Review of 
"The Egg And F 

, The Book Study Group of The 
Women's Club of Princess Anne 



County, under the direction of 
Mrs. Anthony, will meet at the 
Essex House. Tuesday, January 
14 at 12 o'clock. Mrs. Lester Par- 
er Association. Approximately 50 L^n, „, Norfolk will review "The 

Egg and I" by Betty McI3onald. 
Mrs. Anthony announces that 
Sudent Choir and Cast fthe Club now has 16 books which 

There will be a choir consisting are at the disposal of the mem- 



students 
affair 



will participate in the 



John Bell, Harold Freeman and 
pital at the beach. Sh^ntroduced Ken^t Land was appointed to 

formulate a charter, or to outline 
the genral policy of the organlza- 



Dr. Edwin A. Schot^ now on 
Army terminal leave, who has 
agreed to head a cat and dog 
hospital. 

Mrs. Page was promised full 
coperation, and the matter was 
leferred to a committee charged 
with studying the problem, In 
which Mrs. Page said there was 
considerable interest. 

Dr. Schon, an Army veterinar- 
ian, will take up residence at Vir- 
gifiia Beach in about two weeks, 
|l« Mkid. iHe saw service with the 



tipn, and to select a title which 
Would include all business men 
from all types of establishments. 



Meetings Of Tlie 
Metliodist Women 



The Women's Society of Christ 
ian Service of the Virglhia Beach 
Miethodlst Church held the first 
Third Army in Germany and was meting of the New Year on Wed- 



released with the rank of captain. 
He Is now rlbldlng In Norfolk. 



Tax Officer At 

Town HaU To Aid 
In Filing 1946 Tix 



R. A. Jones, Town Clerk, an 
nounces that a representative of 
the office of Collector of Inter- 
nal Revenue will be at the Town 
Hall the entire week of January 
13 for the purpose of assisting 
farmers and merchants In mak- 
ing their tax returns. 



Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodenow 
Tyler, Jr., aniwunce the birth of 
a daughter. Jane Allen, Tuesday. 
Jan 7th at the Norfolk General 
HosidtaL 



Tides and Sun 



TIDB CAieNDiAR FOB 

VraORflA BEACH AND 

CAFE VENRY 

<Itep<Hrted 1^ V. 8. WeaUicr) 

Bureau. Cape lfeiu7> 



nesday, January 8 at the church. 
This was an all day meeting with 
the four circles meeting Individ- 
ually in the morning. 

After luncheon there was a 
business and devotional meeting 
of the entire organization pre- 
sided ov«r by Mrs. Aubrey Holmes 
newly elected president. 
Bcaaley Bible Class 

The lEeasley Bible Class of the 
Virginia Bach Methodist Church 
met Thursday evening, anuary 9. 
at the home of Mrs. G. C. Man- 
son. Mrs. Lloyd Jard is president 
of the group and Mrs. W. O. Bea- 
sley, teacher. A large group was 
present. 



Reserves Organize 
Va .Beach Unit 

Activation of a Virginia Beach 
Battery among a group of 29 
units throughout Virginia, the 
first to be activated under the 
plan for the postwar Organized 
Reserves, was announced recently 
by Colonel Alfred S. Knight, Sen- 
ior Instructor, /Organized Reserv- 
es, Virginia Military District. 

The Virginia Beach unit is the 
881st Coast Artillery Battery <165 
mm Guns) commanded by Cap- 
tain 'Hienry W. Andermann 4(W 
Twenty Sixth street. Captain An- 
dermann attended thef Field Ar- 
lllery Service School at Port Sills, 
Okla. 

Other officers assigned to this 
unit are: ^st Lieutenant O. M. 
Creekmore Jr., Execeutive Officer 
1st Lt. Arthur Nouep. Norfolk. Ex- 
ecutive Officer, and 1st Lt. Jack C 
EBse, Norfolk, Assist. Executive Of 
ficer. 



Deaths 



J. Stephen Higham, 78, died at 
the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. 
Stanley Mundy on Hoily Road & 
Ave. B, December 27, 1946. 

Born in Yorkshire England, Mr 
Higham came to this country at 
the age of 15 years. For 50 years 
he was connected with Lord, Day 
and Lord in New York. Upon re- 
tirement five years ago he came 
to Virginia Beach to make his 
home with Mr. and Mrs. Mundy. 

The funeral was held in the 
Keiser Funeral Home In Plain- 
field N. J. on Decem)3er 30 with 
burial in the Hillside Cemetery. 

He is survived by his wife. Mrs. 
Emma C. Higam and one daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Stanley A. M\indy. Mrs 



of children from the first and 
second grades with soloiss Esther 
Cando and Theresa Cando. 

Amber Rau has been chosen to 
play the role of ibride, Michael 
Vanture will be the groom, Bobby 
Richardson has been cast as thie 
minister, Edith Mary Darden will 
be the maid of honor and Arlan 
Van Horn will be the best man. 
Joe Wliite, III |ias been selected 
as ring bearer. 

Other members of the cast in- i 



bers and she urges all members to 
attend the meeting of the group. 
Regular Club Meeting 

Following t h e Book Study 
Group there will te the regular 
luncheon of the Women's Club at 
1 :30 p.m. followed by the .usual 
meeting. Mrs. B. M. Stanton, 
chairman of International Rela- 
tions, will Introduce Comdr. L. W. 
Parrlsh, navigator of the Midway 
who will speak on Guatemala and 
Antlqua and will show moving 



elude: Myra McKenney, Preston i pictures of interest of Central 



Suprelll, Ann Lee Voliver, Paul 
Wyatt, Tommy Lewis, Nancy 
Cogswlll, Sandra MlUigan, Dan 
Hill. Patsey Goodwin, Bill Bralth- 
walte, Annette James, Felix 
Reeder, Eleanor Morrison, Susan 
Brown, Barbara Durham, Carrie 
La Rue, Jane Smith, Virginia In- 
gram. CuUen Davis, Douglas Mc- 
Cloud, Richard Kaufman, War- 
ren HIteschew, Tommy Bradt, 
Stockton Wolston, Patsey John- 
son, Patsy Hitchlngs, Dale Mc- 
Clanan, Melva Grlmstead, Mary 



American countries. 



Whitehead, John Slider, John 



Ray Potter. Billy Smith, Mary 
Lou McKenney, Gayle Harris, 



Higam will continue to make her|Prankle Coleman Richard Smith 
home with her daughter and son and Tommy Richardson, 
in-law. Ms. Charlra Hitchlngs will di- 

rect the program and arrange- 
ments. 



P. A. Garden Club 
Members Guests 
At Oyster Roast 

The Princess Anne Garden 
Club will hold the January meet- 
ing at the home of Mrs. John B. 
Dey, Broad Bay Manor, in Lon- 
don Bridge. George W. Dan, State , 
Forrester of Virginia will be guest j^J DmieS Meetings 



The annual March of 
campaign will get under way <■ 
January 15 and last through tbe 
30th. 

I According to Basil O'Connor. 
j President of the National Found- 
jation, the nation has Just under- 
igone the most devastating para- 
lysis epidemic In 30 years with 
'more than 25,000 cases reported 
I by December, and such a drain 
I has considerably depleated the 
funds used to combat this dread 
disease. So much so that Mr. O'- 
Connor says that at least $24,000 
000 must be raised In the 1941 
March of Dimes. The sum of M* 
000,000 set aside in 1948 was ex- 
hausted by November 13 and ad- 
ditional funds had to be drawn 
from the General Fund's Reserve 
Princess Anne Caiea 

Mrs. Sidney Kellam7^~l4»^1 
March of Dimes Campaign Di- 
rector of Princess Anne County, 
states that while the number of 
infantile paralysis cases in this 
area never reached the epidemic 
stage, the Princess Anne County 
Chapter has had to dray; heavily 
on its resources to aid the ones 
who were stricken. Since June 1. 
1946 nearly $1,700 has been ^pent 
on the care and hospitalization 
of these patients, two of whom, 
are still receiving treatment in 
dePaul Hosplal in Norfolk ,and 
need the chapter's continued sup- 
port. Mrs. Kellam wishes, to cwa? 
phasize Mr. O'Connor's statemenT" 
that a successful 1047 March at 
Dimes campaign is most urgent^ 



Burcaw To Speak 



"Conservation Fire Prevention." 

Flowers and 
indoors and out 



lUNE CAUEMDAft 

Date Higb Lov 

Jan. 10 ajm. .. 10:49 4:06 

Jan. 10 pjn. 10:49 4:48 

Jan. 11 am. -.-- 11:14 5:00 

Jan. 11 psa -_ 11:47 5:40 

Jan. 12 am. 6:01 

Jan. 12 pjn . 12:08 6:36 

Jan. 13 a.m. . 12:49 7:09 

Jan. 13 pjn 1:08 7:35 

Jan. 14 aJn. 1:52 8:22 

Jan. 14 pjn. 2:09 8:35 

Jan. 15 ajn. 2:57 9:31 

Jan. 15 pjn. . 3:10 9f33 

Jan. 16 ajn 3:56 " 10:32 

Jan. 16 pjn. 4:07 10:24 

Oa^ of Sun Sun 

Week Jtises Sets 

Friday 7:18 5:06 

Saturday 7: 17 5:07 

Sunday 7:17 5:08 

Monday 7:17 5:09 

Tuesday 7:17 5:10 

Wednesday 7:17 5:11 

Thursday . 7:16 5:12 

To obtain tides of high or low 
water frtffla above times: l<ynn- 
tiaven Inlet, add 20 minutes: 
Ocean View, add 45 minutes: Old 
Poin;. add 45 minutes: Or^or 
Inlet, subtract 45 minute. 



Hospitalization 
Service Grows By 
Over 5,00lHn 1946 

Re-electing all directors, the 
board <rf the Tidewater Hospital 
Service Association, in annual 
meeting recently, reviewed actiyl- 
U^ of the last ti^al year and re- j 
ceived an encouraging report that 
a steady Increase in enrollment is 
anticipated during the coming 
12 aumtbs. 

* Directors continuing In office 
are Or. Julian L. Rawls, president 
Dr. Walter B. Martin, vice presi- 
dent; William R. LoWe. secretary 
-treasurer and managSig director 
John D. Corbel], W. Grant Revell, 
David Pender, R. L. Sheetz, Gas- 
ton S. Poote. JUdge Lawrence W. 
TAnson, H. G. Parker, Abaer S. 
Pope and James Mann, Jr. 

Lowe, in his annual report as 
managing director, said that i 
o\er 5,000 subscribers were en- 1 
rolled during the fiscal year end- j 
ing September 30. bringing the! 
total enrollment, including de- ' 
pendents, to arecord high of 35, ' 
930. I 



AMERICAN LEGION TO'BIEET 

Post 113 of the American Le- 
gion will hold the next meeting 
on Thursday, January 16 In the 
Legion Hall, according to an an- 
nouncement by, the Post Adjut- 
ant. 



Mrs. Hattie Anne Farrell — 

Funeral services for Mrs. Far- 
rell, who died at her home In Nor- 
folk, were conducted at the Hol- 
loman-Brown Funeral Home Tues 
day. January 7 at 2 p.m. by the 
Rev. Koy Ptereson, pastor of the 
Virginia Beach Baptist Church. 
Buriel was In Forest Lawn Ceme- 
taiy. 

Mrs. Farrell was the sister of 
Mrs. B. F. Dixon of the Mercedes 
Apartments and the sister-in-law 



OLIVEB HONORED AT V.PJ. 

Mark L. Oliver, of Lynnhaven, 
president of the VPI German 
Club, was elected president of 
Virginia Tech's civilian student 
':ody and initiated into the col- 
lege's chapter of Omicron Delta 
Kappa, national honorary lead- 
er.ship fraternity, in a week which 



ch.n.»» ki^-.t»„ 1 Ilobert A. Burcaw. State repcv- 

orj^rs^rsi^"^*'^"''* °' '"^ "•"«»•' ^^ 

exhibited. Miss Ellza>:ethGregoSl"°"'' ^*"*"* ^"^J '^ 
Hill- nr«..rfpnf wm ™«.H- ^ address the memkwrs of tbe 

Princess Anne Chapter at a vnrwt 

ing Wednesday. January <16, to lie 

held at 10 am. in the asaaiMw 

room on the second floor of Cbe 



saw new officers and Initiates 
of Mrs. G. C. Manson of Virginia I chosen by three leading campus 
Beach. I organizations. 



Hill, president will preside. 
Oyster Roast 

Mrs. John Dey. hostess for the 
meting, has extended an invita- 
tion all members of the Prinecss pr«h»+«Ho« 
Anne Garden Club to an oyster ^^i^n**" 
roast previous to the meeting. All 
members are requested to be at 
B<rs. Deys' promptly at 12 noon. 



Church, 36th and 



Hobeck Reporte 
Successful Liquor 
Raids in Counl^ 



I Mrs. Sidney KeUam. 19«T 
iBCarch of Dimes Cammign Di- 
rector, Is very anximis for a full 
attendance at this meeting as fin- 
al plans for the 1947 drive will be 
made. 



fHiTKE o 

Please take notice that On the 

thi:tecnth day of January. 1947 , 
I the undersigned will apply to the 
I Virginia Alooholic Beverage Con- 
jtrol boa:d for retai! Kcense to sell 
1 wine and beer for off premises 

consumption at Whitehurst Mar- 
jkct. nth and Cypress Ave., Vir- 
' gi;ii.^ Beach, Va." 

W. G. Whitehui^t 

H. S. Whitehurst • * 



THE OLD JUDG^;SAYS . . . 



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Virginia Beach and Princess 
Anne County police raided two 
county establishments last Satur- 
day night, airrestlng Joseph Cesor 
operator of the Bluebird Inn on 
the Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
and Buddy Prool, operator of a 
garage at 2302 Shore Drive. PoUce 
Chief C. E. Hobeck this we^ an- 
nounced. IQoth vere charged with 
illegal sale of whiskey. 

Chief Hobeck said thai a quan- 
tity of whiskey was siezed at both 
places. Princess Anne Coupty Po- 
licemen Moore. Bekher. SlOMms 
and Godfrey and Vlr^ia Geach 
I Policemen HaJstead and White 
conducted the raids. 



HARRY': "I don't know what they'll weigjj 
up. Judge, but my cattle and poultry sure 
have been gettin' fatter since I started to 
use distillers' dried grains in their ration." 

OLD JUDGE: "You're ^bout the tenth one 
who has told me that, Harry. How do you 
account for it?" 

HARRY: "The by-product recovered from 
grains used by distillers is very high in vita- 
min and proteki content It's the best feed 
supiilement we can get to balance the rations 
we feed our dairy cows, livestock and poul- 
try. Mixed with original grain, these dis- 



tillers' dried grains have a much greater 
feeding value than the original grain has." 

OLD JUDGE: "Have any trouble getting 
all you need?" 

HARRY: "Yes, at times, even though the 
.distillers produced 1.200,000,000 pounds of 
it for the year endin' last June. I hope they'll 
beSin a position to produce a lot more 
next year." 

OLD JUDGE: "Then I guess nobody can 
tell you grain is wasted in distilling." 

HARRY: "Not me. Judge ... I know." 



WoodaU Goes On 
Naval Cruise 



Tkis adftrtistmtnt spetumtd *y DktilM Spirds Inslilutt, lac. 



About SO officers and 500 en- 
listed men of the Naval Reserve 
will leave Norfolk January 6 a- 
bsard the 45,000 ton battleship 
Wisconsin for a two week train- 
ing cruise to Panama and Cuba. 
Roland M. Woodall. chief 
boatswain's mate, of 307 23rd St, 
is among the men making the 
I cruise. 

The men participating in the 
'cruise wll perform the duties of 
j their rates and specialties which 
I will enable them to maintain the 
.'efficiency gained through war- 
I time experience. 

I Reservists making the cruise 
iw.ll iK" given full pay plus trans- 
portation costs to and from Nor- 
1 folk. 

j. After a two day stay in Pana- 
ima tlie super drcadnaught will 
I proceed la GuarUanamo Bay, 
jCuba. where two day gurme.y ex- 
lerciscs are sclreduled. All hands 
'will be given liberty in Panama 
and Cuba. 



Baptists Extend 
Thanks For Help 

MIembers of the Baptist Youw 
Poples Training Union who.^un- 
<tertook to play Santa Claus to • 
needy family in Princess Anne 
County wish to oqiwess antpneim- 
tion to those who responded t« 
the request for gifts. Ptood and 
toys were purchased with'tbe 
monetary gifts and suflidaat 
good clothing was contrihuted 
without the purchase of the neeii- 
ed garments. Okie (tf the toy deal- 
ers in Virginia Beach gmeroudr 
donated additional toys when be 
leuned for whom the rurrhnnm 
were being made. 

The family was most grateful 
and well deserving of the aid gir- 
n them and the children in the 
family were enabled to start at- 
tending school again. 

Oeeana CavalierK 
Basketball Game 
SetForTmu^t 

The Cavaliers of Oceana Higb 
School will play the Blue Pilots <tf 
Norview on Friday, January 10 i^ 
7:00 pjn. on the Oceana Baskafc- 
ball court. 

The girls game will begin at 
7:00 pjn. and the boys tilt will 
begin at 8 pjn. 

The Oceana Teams have been 
playing a fast moving sclrtduie 
since the reopening of school. On 
Tuesday January 7. the Cava- 
liers lost a hard fought game I9 
28 to 23. The girls lost their hmm' 
with the score 17 to ^, 

Wednesday. January «. a Uip- 
^ header basketiaH |ilt 
played in the Oceioa 
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A fltfdeii torreat of rcfrlgera- 
Iwi, sihma. waahlng iiuu:hlnes, 
.MtomoMleg. wrist washes 
luaranr air vmxt, and 
IIMM cwUfted checks— aU for 
ft«e— licaacadlng mialn Into the 
Ufa of Amerlcaiu »vho have a 
flair foi: <»at^t8. 

Are they on the level? Does 
eaeli of the 60 million Americans 
who nter contests have a chance 
to wta? 

According to the Reuben H 
Doiuieliy Corporation, which does 
tie Judging for 75 per cent of a:i 
the big time contests, coi. tests 
on the level. The little lady 
in Alaska has Just as much 
chance to win an all-electric kit 
Chen or $5,000 a year for life, as 
(be advertiser's brother-in-law. . . 
mad • much better chance than 
of the sponsoring or of 
tte Ju^ing fUms. who are auto- 
TnTi!*'~i"r barred from enterhig 



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•Oanteats today." says Henriet- 
ta Oavii. Donnelly's contest maa- 
'are carefuUy scrutinized by 
Boat Office authorities. Fur- 
we at Donnelly have 
tenta^pei a rating scale that ell- 
the personal factor in 
iBdgioi entries." 
If jou want to win, Mrs. Davis 
■nids. be sincere and to the 
point. Follow the rules. Don't 
write "sympathy" letters to the 
.juid don't send in ghost 
written entries provided by so- 
called "contest bureaus." These 
are spotted, and screened out by 
the judges. 



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dent. 

The <M«ct <tf thia atf t b to ^ 



(JOMiaONWSALTH OP VHKltN- tain Irom the defeadant an an- 

lA. In the Clerk's Office of the oulment of maitlate uptm t^e 

Circuit C(Murt of the County of grounds that said marriafe was 

Princeoa Anne on the 9tta day never consumated. 
of Deconber 19M. ! And an affidavit haveUng been 

BILLIX L. TRBVKTT. PlatntUI, made and filed that the defend- 

agalnst «>t lEeatrlce O. Trevett Is not 



naMnl of tte State ^ Vlrgbi^ 
It to ordered that she do aiswtt 
bmn within %m (M> #9a i^^ 
due puUleatton hereof. Mul do 
what mu &» neceiMry to protect 
her interest in this suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 

WUllain F, Hudglns. Clerk. 
R. H. West, D. C. 
Robert L. Simpson, p.fl. IS** 



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■■i%KB AN9 SBASB ALIKB is the rule of friendly 
parties, and party lines. If you're sharing a telephone party line, 
remember the other fellow. Try to keep your calls brief . . . 
space them at reasonable intervals ! . , be prompt to answer. Your 
co-operation will help everybody get belter leleplione service. 
The Chesapeake & rv.lnmac T* 1. , acne Loiiipany of Virginia. 



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VrRGINIA. 

IN THl^ CLERK'S OFFICE CP 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OP PRIN- 
CB8S ANNE COUNTY ON THE 
9th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1946. 
LEONARD SMITH, 



B^HTND THE eCKWffl W 
AHEPJCAN BUSIMMB 

lor Beynelds Knigkli 

Mew York, Doc 30 — This week 
American tadustry ctoses its 
lMN*s for 1946, and passes the 
year on to history. Looking back, 

MSiness leaders see the year ^i^,,,,^^^ 

)a?ing ben satisfactory from ^^i" pfinyfj 
.tvpobit of volume of a»siUBeis| " ' rHANCERY " 

aoods. but disappointing profit • IN CHANCERY 

viae from the atudprnnt ofJMA&Y DELQRES SMITH, De 
toeavy industry. I i«aklant. 

UxAlng ahead at I««. mdus- The object of the above suit is 
trr^Ieaden seem agreed on «aie 
' p^t: the nation's rrtailen, dis- 

triimtors and dealers will have a 

Bore plentiful supply of goods. 

Cbis ioeans that the phrase "Sor- 

^y. we dont have any" will not be 

iMexd as often in 1947 as in 1046.. 

Ani as '»ie supply of goods of aB 

kjHis Increases, competitian for 

tte coQsinnei'a. dolls' will crow 



door of the Court House of the 
said Court on or before t!ic :;e:. 
succeeding rule day. 
Teste: William P. Hudriiis, Cl:rl; 

Ey; L. S. Bolloii. D. C. 
Roy Smith, p.q. 1^4 



tat the complainant to secure a 
divorce a mensa et thoro, to be 
later merged into a divorce a v^n 
culo matrimonii, upon the ground 
of desertion, from the defendant. 
Ifary Delores Smith. An affidav t 
having been made according to 
law that Mary Delores Smith is 
Dot a resident of the state of Vir- 
ginia and that her last known 
^oA omce address is 931 Jack 
A surprising nmaiier Of ladto- Btnel. Brooklyn. Baltimore 25, 



triai cntee tte 



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Ifaryland, it is ordered that she 
-awear in the Clerk's Office of 
the said Coort within ten days to 

^^ Her interest; and it H fur- 

^'oia flfdered that a copy of this 

onier be forwarded the defendant 

■fc bcr last known addrss and be 

led in the Vhrgbiia Beach 

II newspaper published in 

the Ceonty of Princess Anne, 

once a wwk for four weeks, and 

Itiiat a copy be posted at the front 



NOTICE 

Please take notice that on the 
twenties- day of January, 1947 
the undersigned will apply to '^i'S 
Viiginia Alcoholic Beverage Con- 
trol Board for retail license tj 
sell wine and beer for off premis- 
es consumption at Whitehurst 
Mark.^t, 17 and Cypress Ave. 
Viiginia Beach, Virginia 
W. G. Whitehurst 
R. S. Whitehurst 



ANY DAY :^ -5 ' 

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^^|;llf^^ 
i.iui.r yllH fllAlU RK'^iilftS 
liiKJ ,1 (.uldcn Lruwn. with pipi"K 
Ii,,l bis.uiU and jdiii A DISH 
H(;YAI ' t. ununii..>l. U,',' OnI> 




A. E. AMMONS 

Bt. 1 Box 27-B 

Viivlnla Beach llll 



Otop! 

dvtyini without 
goodAntomalnle 
Inturance* 
See 

VVilhers & Reinhardt 

Phone 220 
Boland Court - Hth Stree^ 



RapHMntlna THE TBAVaHW, Hartferi 







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WariieU Leeke 

ACCOUNTING 

Do yon kaow that tfc« federal law requires j 

tadi individual, m^rdaaA and firm to keep records? | 

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BMl^«eping is csigeBtial and if done by my | 

synUm wm mnmimuit an^ simlilify your tax prob | 



tatare tax prabtems iMIy ^is- 

7B0LAND€0URT 
VBGDOA UEACa, Va. 



John F. Kill] 

The Beai-li Watch Sliop 

EXPERT WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING 
314 - 17th STREET. VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 
Prompt Service All Work Guaranteed All Work Done On Premlaee 
9 tiU 5:30 * PI»o«e. Va. Bwieh 19T6 



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Western Auto Associate Store 



Seventeenth Street 



Davis tires & tubes 



We Still Have A Limited Suppi ' Of 

WIZARD BATTEKIES 



TrueTone 

Mantel 
Radios 



Wizard 



Wizard 



Outboa^ Motors 



Radio 
Batteries 



TOOLS and WORK CLOTHES 



GIRLS' BICYCLES 



TRICYCLES 



PHONE 808 



406 - 17th Street 




TELEPHONE 1969 




Restaurant and Hotel Owners 
Bring Your Music Problems To 

Music Corporation of Virginia 

(formerly grow-webb Associates) 
OPERATORS OF THE ONE AND ONLY i 

"PERSONAL MUSIC" 



303 - 3l8t STREET 




BUSINESS AND INDUSTFJES — INVESTIGATE OUR 

INDUSTRIAL MUSIC PLAN 



LEASED WIRE OR COIN OPERATED MUSIC DEVICES WITH 
PROGRAMS TO SATISFY THE -CUSTOMER 



Hear "Personal Musk^ at 



THE LAftHNE 
PURITAN RESTAURANT 

OCEANA RESTAURANT 



LYNNHAVraf INN 
OYSTER HAVEN 



313 - 17th Street 



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Expert Shoe Repair Serviee 



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Virginia Beach f^hoe Repair 

16th and Allantic Avenue 



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Mn. S. Hardy Cole. U««l R«|MMrter 



PARTIES : ANNOUNCEMENTS : PERSONALS 
Phone or Bring Them to the News Office 



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Accounting * Tax Returns 



* 

1803 ATLANTIC AVENUE 

(across from the Bank of Virginia Beach) 

We also carry a line of office supplies for your 
accounting and ^booklteeping needs. 

BOOKS KEPT FOR SMALL & LARGE BUSINESSES 



■ ■ WiWiil 

Ifiss Keithley Dawson, who has Mrs. O. Winthrop Lee of Con- 
been visiting her uncle and aunt, co^d, HCass., who has been visiting 
Mr. and Mrs. Ra':ert Taylor In her son and daughter in-liw, Mr. 
Llnkhorn Park, has lelt for Arl- and Mrs. St. George Lee in Rich- 
ington, Va., to resume her visit mond. has arrived to spend some 
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. time with her siser. Miss Li!a 
Ralph Dawson, before returning lucker on Ocean Front, 
to Converse College. Spartanburg Bu^by Miser and George Dar 



S.C. 




Office Phone 1770 



Residence 356-J 



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I 

* Social Security Withholding Tax | 



Webb Pharmacy 

27th and AtUuitie Aye. 

Complete 

DRUG STORE SERVICE 

PRESCRIPTIONS D^UVEREO 

PRESCRIPTION DEPT. 

SODA FOUNTAIN 
TOILETRIES COSMETICS 



wf«Mr> 



CLEARANCE SALE 



EVERYTHING FOR THE GROWING CHILD 



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Itojs' - Girls' Snow Suits (all wool) broken sizes, formerly $1'J, Now $10.00 



* Now $15.00 
6, formerly $34.95, Now $25.00 
5, formerly $21.87, Now $15.50 



Girls' Coats, (all wool), formerly $21.30 

Girls' 3 piece Leggin set (all wool), sizes 4 

Boys' 3 piece Leggin set (all wool), sizes 2 

Sizes 5 - 8, formerly $21.21, Now $16.00 

Girls' Corduroy Suits & Dresses, sizes 7 - 14, formerly $9.20, Now $6.25 

Girls' Sweaters (all wool), all colors, formerly $3.73 Now $2.75 

Boys' washable colored sport shirts, sizes 2-14 



Everything Drastically Reduced 



ALL SALES FINAL 

Mary's Baby Shoppe 

2606 Atlantic Avenue 







m%.m'''^i!iSJwmwmmi 



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TflllORED T06S 



Midwinter 




learance 



den letuined Monday to Woad- 
i.erry Forest Schcol afttr spend- 
i::g the holidays with their par- 
ents. 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul' Devlin and 
Bdwin Kane Blumenthal left on 
Tuesday by motor for Philadelph- 
ia where they are sptnding some- 
Comdr. and Mrs. James B. Vre- 
denburgh. n and Michael Me- 
olewskl have -returned to their 
home on 123rd St. aiter apending 
the ChriaUnas hoUclays In New 
Jersey MMl Meiv Yertc 
time ai^ tlie R^ Oariton Hotel. 
Mia. Vnmu I* ifibnMUMr Uie 1947 
showing of Pnritfm Stationery at 
the Ben Franklin Hotel and while 
in Philadelphia will attend sever- 
al social functions given in her 
honor by Puritan Stationery . 

Mj. Warner Moore III left on 
Sunday to return to The Univer- 
sity of Virginia after spending the 
Christmas holidays- with his 
;i»o:iicr, Mrs. Marga' i, Moore at 
lier home on Cavauer Drive. 

Cadet, John Winn, III, retu;n- 
od Wednesday to Augusta Mili- 
tary Academy, Port Defiince, Va., 
.!lt.r spending ChnsLmas with 
Jii., iiat€»ts,Miv^nd Mrs. John F. 
Winn, r., on Raleigh Drive. 

Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Diclcson 

have returned to their home on 

;o6th stret after visiting relatives 

n Richmond, Va. 
I Charles and Craig Slingluff 
jhave returned to McDonnough's 
iSchooh in Baltimore ,Md., after 
■spending the Christmas holidays 
with their parents Mr. and Mrs. 
J Charles Slingluff on 54th street. 
j Mr. and Mrs. Walton Saunders 
• j.urned Wednesday to their 
I noma on 54th street after visiting 
friends in Philadelphia. Pa. 
I Mrs. Chairles Gartrell, Mr. and 
iTvIrs. W. D. Suton, W. D. Suton, 
' Jr., and Miss Elizabeth Ann Har- 
|vey liave returned to their home 
in Memphis, Tenn. after visiting 
Mrs. Gartrell's son-in-law and 
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Orle Lee, 
:t their home on 53rd street, 
i Mrs. R. L. Miles, Jr., returned 
laursday to her home in Cava- 
lier Park after spending a few 
days irt New York .. City. 

Richard McOrat^ returned on 
Monday to Cramwell 8cho(d Mass 
after ^lending the Christoias holi 
days with his parents, M!r. and 
Mrs R. J. McOrath, in Bay Col- 
ony . 

Lt. and Mrs. Albert Crosby, Jr. 
and young son left Saturday for 
their home in PayetteviUe, N. C. 
J. . ter spending Ch; istmas with 
Ivtis. Crosby's parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. W. F. Crockett .on Avenue 
A. . 

Mrs. May McLean left this 

iweek to visit her son in-l^w and 
daughter Mr. and Mis. Earnest 

|\Vo:d'j'.i. ■:,x ilieir home m. Hick 

lory. N.C. 



lAn Sellle Ooode taft ToMdar 
to fMume her atudlM at Stratford 
Junior CoUege, DanvlUe, Va.. af- 
er spending Chilatmas with her 
mother, Mrs: Jajnea U. Ooode, on 
Pi|tewood Road. 

Rev. and Ifra. CharlM Car- 
nan left Monday to spend some 
time at the PanrOngton Country 
cm^JLn Charlottesville. 

Mrs. Job Taylor has returned 
to Roanoke Rapids. N. C. after 
visiting her son in law and daugh 
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wunder, 
at their home in Birdneck Point. 

Mias Ann D^rden returned on 
Tuesday to HoUins CoUege after 
spending the holidays with her 
rarthcr. Mrs. Gorge Prankltn 
Darden, on bAih. street. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Pender, Jr. 
and Miss Martha^ Pender left on 
Tuesday to spend a few days in 
Charlottesville, Va. 

E. A. Cunningham and Miss 
Altha Cunningham have return- 
ed to Richmond after visiting Mr. 
Cunningham's daughter, Mrs. Ro- 
land Thorp, on l\;ith street. 

Miss Katrine de Witt has re- 
turned to her home on lath street 
afer spendlof the holidays at 
Berea, CoUege. Kentucky, where 
she attended the Chrt^mas FoUc 
Festival. Before rcturninv Miss de 
Witt vlalted frieads <a BuUana- 
polls, Ind.. and LoulsviUe. Ky. 

Miss Mary Talbot has return- 
ed to Duke University after q>end 
ing Christmas with her mother. 
Mrs. Thomas Talbot, in Princess 
Anne County. \ 

Mrs. Fmnk Bagliy and Frank 
Bagby. Jr.., have returned to Nor- 
folk after .spending the week-end 
with Mr. and Mrs. John Cole at 
.eir himc on 53. d street. 

• r.'i-M.s KatiiLii.^e Wood, Marie 
2yjv\i-i and Ellen Love Smith re- 

ui-i;c:l y\\"d;ieiU;iy ':, it, M.irgnr 
ct'.s School m Tappnhanock, Vax. 

liter spending the hoHdays with 
tlieir parents. 

Miss Cecelia Ashton Cole re- 
turned Sunday to' Madison Col- 
lege, Harrisonberg, Vj., after 
spending the holidays with her 
parents Mr. and Mrs. JoJhn Cole, 

n 53rd street and Miss Betty 
Johnson in New York. 



SANITARY 

« DIAPER ^ 

SERVICE 

MHiin OP mi MArn mvia 
wimunofAMiucAi 

IMMiDIATI DfUVEKY 

NOBFOIK— PORTSMOUTi — 

, VIRGINIA BEACH , 

• .% rwlce-weekljr reouil arrvi'i 
of aterUlsed dlaprra! 

• CiMtlBg yoa l«w Uiaa tbr priii- 

uf toiinderlag aloBel j 

• A iaig» wbits raamel recrp- 1 



tadc sqalppce witb dru- 
ioriMri 
• W« teat all 4lapcn 
TIFICAIiLY after 



SCIKM- 
KACU 



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YMit aoalMy M^y a* AMHICAN 
• AIY MAOAZmf MiM HH 
•vwy mank. Wite loaoy. W* 4e 



DIAL 
24444 

105 Grarby ft. 



Beach Decorating Co. 



F. Roberts 

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J. F. Mac Iver 
PwBc/gi Exfwrt ^tervke 

PAINTING - DECORATING 
PAPERHANGING 

Interier ExtcrkNr — Estimates C^Merf iiHy C^Tca 



UP TO 50% OFF 




S':l! 




lAiioieTo(is 



MC. 



VIE€INIA BEACH, VA. 



Exrlusive Distribators at Vlrsinia Beach 

PAINTS — OILS — VARNISHES 

Sign Painting — Murals — Furniture Refinishing 

Retail Stor« - 204 23r(i Street 



'bVILIMNG SETiOKS WEM<MME3JNCI CONSIl»M:iTI<»r 
BAKHAEL GOLLADOLLETTA 




Mlas QwMlidyn 



m>l dartavJwC^Krpwter, 



el Mr 



turned Suiday to ICvy WaiAitair ai^ Mn. & dtnta^ CMpeniHr. 
ton CoU^e after spv^lnf the toft MoodaT la mumem ttwfiM 
holidays with her par«(ito Us and at WootUNUrsr WvtmX 



Mra. MacUn Simmons, on 53rd 
8t. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Morgan 
have returned to their hooM on 
Avenue A after vlsittng relatives 

In Dalas Texas. 



ftrhrla Carvenlft' lefVi 1i(>n(tey 
^ plane t<a V^e^ Vork #h«« aha 
la a student 1^ %b, Ptnch Jxwlw 
Colleie. 

I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haycox have 
left to spend sevraal weeks at the 
Mlramar Inn, Palm Beach. Fla. 



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Clearance Sale 



Snow Suits 
Slippers 



CHILDREN'S APPAREI 

CorduroT Helmets '• 
Knit Suits 



Bath Robes 
Polo Shirts 



A groop of Dresses and Suits, Raincoats, Corduroy 

Overalls 

SUNDRY OTHER ARTICLES 



THE WATTES 



Atlantle Avenae at tSth SttMt 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



LASKIN 
itoAD 

at 
Pacific Avenue 




nth s^ke:et 

Peiwffii 

Atlantic U4 

PdciO^ 



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LilfLE 
STAR 







Prices Also Effective in Our New 

Colonial Super Market 

LasL-in Road at Pacific Avenue 



¥oiir choice of Two Grade* — Two Pricea on Quality Beef 



PRIME>.BIB 

ROAST 



(7 incli cut) 



V^^' 



B 

lb 



45' 



CHUCK 



ROAST 



% 



•'43- Z9I» 



ent) 



Porterhouse Steak 
Xlub Steak ..... 



AAerAljl 

TJf.., 
.72c 



•p.» 
511c 



Tender. Young — Dressed f^yioc 

Chickens lb 43 



SHOKT BIBS <W 

BEEF 
lb. 35c 



Smith/ieU Sansase 
SuMfced Ptcnlca 



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BACON 
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if Gar4eQ Fresh Prodiusf if 



Ftmef 



State 



APPLES 2 llrs 27c 

FhH-i^Stmwberries - |Hnt.17e 
Red Bliss Potatoes - 2tt6.17c 
Canadian Rutabagas - 3 lbs lOe 
Hard ^e^d Cabbage - 3 lbs. 17e 
US No 1 Yellow Onions - 5 lb. 21c 



AH Siw. riorida Jaicgr , 



ORANGES 



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CELERY 



APPLES 

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TtMdiMM 147t 
GENERAL 
I TRANSFER fiERVICE 
Ik W. TVNB. MMiMwr 



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HOUSE PAINTING 

DECORATING 
FUMT CLASS WORK 

GUARANTEED 
■■tiouitra Cheerfully Glvei* 

F. H. S. DECORATORS 
Phone 272 W — 133 



CLASSIFIED 



aUNIMini CHAM» tat aot 

•dvertlMBMnt of M vordi or 
leas, tam tUne SOc. Thn* tlmM 
11.00. More thn M wonta 1 
Uhm 1 owto » word: thno 
OmM 1 1-3 omti. 
FlMMt count tiM words la fw 
«d and lend rNnlttenoo with 
ofdw. Th* eoit a( oarrytaf 
auuay ■mmll ieoounts Is ^vo- 
UUtivo. 

■BACH rLOWER SHOT — Cor- 
sages, plants, cut flowers. Phone 
1310. 1816 Pacific Avenue, be- 
tween 18th and 19th. 

White Fountain GMs wanted to 
serve in Bosedale IHlry. Hours 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or 4p.m. to mid- 
night. Apply Rosedale Dahv 
Store 20th and Atlantic. tl 



Barco and Pages 

CINDER and CONCRETE 

Immediate Delivery 
BLOCK WORKS 

Phone 137-B - 

ledlteranean and Norfolk Avt 

Virginia Beach. Va. 

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BRICKWORK 

Any sort ,of brick and cinder 
block work done. Alterations 
or new. 
KAMSTAO Phone 315-MX 

» ♦ ♦♦»♦»»»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦ 

Bartb Fill Top 'Soil 

- Concrat* Work Aipbalt Driviwayt 

J. F. BAUM 

CONTRACTOR 
Comer 33 St. & Arctic Ave. 
Phcne 1?66 

■•pair Baaamanl Laaba 

BoiAkeeplng Auditing 

WARFIELD LEEKE 
Ineoaw Tai • 

Botel systenn and Controls 
fbone 165 Res. phone 1646 



FOR THE BEST In frosted Pood 
Cabinets, Sizes Scuft. to 30, Bee 
WALLACE CLARK London Bridge 
phone 118 J 11 tf 



FOR SALE 4 sections with glass 
Over Head Oarage Doors with 
hardware complete. Call Va. 
Beach 1111. tf 

■ - • - • ^^^^*^^^ ^^_* 

B. L. HARVEY 

PAINTING, OUNEIIAI. BJEPAIB 

Cor. 4th * Aretle 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

• ^^^ ^^— , , , , 

TELEPHONE OPERATORS 
BEOINNERS 

You will be paid while you leans 

Desli-able Working Conditions 

Opportunities For Advancement 

Come in and discuss it with us. 

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC 

TELEPHONE COMJPANY 

OP VIBGINA 

302 22ml Street. 

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V* f^ * <-*•« 



WANTBD TQi BENT: furnished 
unfurnished or partly furnished 
house. 2 bedrooms or tnore. For 
year round lease, starting May 
first. Phone 96841X. tf 



REPORT OP CONDITION of **B»iik «f Ylrftaiki BMck" •! 
VlHfUils BMch in the St|t« of Vlrfinla at tlio eloM of biHl< 
ncaa on DtcomlMr 31, 1946. 

ASSETS 

1. Cash, balances with other banks, including r^erve , 

balances, and cash Itenu In prooesa of collection ... $ 513.100.04 

2. United StatM Qovemment oUlgatlons. direct and 

guaranteed 1.051.887.38 

3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 35,000.00 

8. I4>ans and discounts (Including No overdrafts) — 861.880.M 

7. Bank premises owned 888.033.37. furniture and 

fixtures 87.397.30 ^ - - 88.418.07 

11. ether assets 4.815.33 

12. TOTAL ASSVrS - 8a.891.MI4.17 



WANTED TO RENT: furnished 

house, 2 ibedrooms or more. For 

year round lease, starting May 

4irst. Phone 517- J. 1103ta 



TELEPHONE OPEI^ATORS 
EXPERIENCED 

Increased Earnings 

Desirable Working Conditions 

Opportunities For Advancmtent 

Come in and discuss it with us 

CHESAPEAKE & POTCHllAC 

TELEPHONE COMPANY 

OF VIROINA 

302 — 22nd Street 



WANTED, by Feb. 1 Unfurnished 
2 bedroom house o rapartment. 
Year round occupancy. No. pets 
or children. Plione 344. L. A. 
Bird. ta 

WANTED Senographer and Clerk 
Permanent position, good hours 
excellent working conditions. 
Shorthand and typing required. 
Call 350. It 

FUBM8HED for housekeeping 
three rooms private bath and 
entrance. Hot water, oil heat, 
also one bed room for couple. 
2304 Paciflic Ave. or call 928-W 

1103ta 

FOR RENT 3 room unfurnished 
cottage. $32.00 per month in- 
cludes water and electricity. 
Nice yard. Call 552-J. It 



13. 

14. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
23. 
24. 



LI ABILITITE8 

Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, 

and corporations " ' 
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, 

and corporations 
Deposits of United States Government 
Deposits of States and political subdivisions 
Deposits of banks 



81.253,415.09 

. 403,619,32 
37.384.66, 
693,633.00 
8,000.00 



Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 27,622.36 

TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,420,655.03 
Other liabilities ... 1.843.29 

TOTAL UABILITIES $2,422,498.32 

(not including subordinated obligations show below) 

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 

25. Capital • 100,000.00 

26. Surplus - - -. 60.000.00 

27. Undivided profits - 10,196.93 

28. Reserves 8,938.92 

29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 169,136.85 

30. TOTAL UAiaiLITIEB dE CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . $2,591,634.17 
I *Thls bank's capital consists of: 

i Common stock with total, par v^lue of — $100,000.00 

MEMORANDA 

31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities 

and for other purposes 



FOR RENT large warehouse for 
storage. ^0 x 20 feet will fix to 
suit tennant. $20.00 per month 
Phone 552-J. It 



Furnished apartment for rent — 
bedroom, kitchen and private 
>':ath. Heated and all utilities 
furnished. 205 - 28th street. 
Call 2295-W. 1103ta 



ANMONS & ALBARTY 

Painting Contracton 

iBtMior, Exterior, Large or Bnall 

Any lob Weteomc 

FBEE ESTIHATES 

Rume 1583 — Night 1144-J 



JOE LYLE 

Sdb VirgiBia BMcfe 

Phone im 



I^mnbaven Phone 44889 

Kynnhsven HeeMe Sendee 
Water SysteoM and 
Sendee, B^wir. OU 



WITCHWOOD 



fior tlioae who widb eacUulw 
mmamdlDt* idtb nurcinc ean 
OpMi year round. ISth aizeet «ad 
rtelBe Ave. ViigHya Bea4di. Vo. 
JEBcfaaoced 



trntwuL cmmAcnMG 



t. E. FoHtnaa 



Cordwood 

ffOK SAUE 

Cmt. 40 liBOgtli 

fSdcs^Hiae 14e4-M Vhginia Beach 

or 130 Princes Anne 



f, m * * 



• * » • • 



;ifen'sKble Class. 

m MetlMtfiBt^Chiircli 

• %mh aad AUaaUc * 
m 9:4A mm. to M:45 turn. * 
f§txM Kdbun, Teftcbtf * 

• BViSaM>Y WELCOME " 



Men's Bible Class 

Presbyterian Church 

35th and Pacific Ave. 

9:45 a.iii. to 10:45 a.ni. 

EVERYBODY WELCOME 



SPENCER SUPPORTS 
CALL 
Mrs. Ftank F. Smith 
Reglstred Dealer Vtoaot 1287 



NO TI C E 

Notice is hereby given that we 
have appointed O. W. CAPP8 
our agent for the sale of our 
.fertiUzers in Creeds, Virginia, 
and vicinity. 

< P, S. ROYSTER OUANO 
COMPANY 



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Mra. 



Shorthand and Tyi^ 

INSTRUCTION - 

■riCIALISING 
8PBCP WIUTINQ 

lama S. Barn» Telephoae U7-W-I 



• I, 



OSBORN CONSTRUCTION CO, 

JOE OSBORi;ti^ SON 

OWNERS , 

Oceana, Virginia 

Hauling & Dirt Fill 
• Manufacturing Building Blocks 

• All Kinds of Concrete Work ^ 

• Septic Tank Installation 

• Repairing and Cleaning 



' « 



Phone 1184 



Rea Phone "06 



829.597.25 



We E. H. Church, President and Geo. T. Mullen, Cashier of 1 
the above named bank do solemnly swear that the a':ove statement | 
;s true, and that It fully and corec.ly represe/its the true state of the 
several matters herein contained %nd set forth, to the best of our 
knowledge and belief. E. H. Church, President 

Geo. T. Mullen, Cashier 
Correct — Attest: 

W. W. MbClanan, Jr. 
H. A. Holt, Jr 
a James O. Kontopanos 

Directors 

State of Virginia, County of Princess Anne, ss: 
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of January, 
1947, and I herby certify I am not an officer or director of this b»nk. 
My commission expires November 27, 1948 -Elizabeth W. Mullen, 

' Notary Pu\3lic. 



FOB SALE: Mahogany secretary, 
several strips of green carpet- 
ing telephone desk, coffee table 
red carpet 6x7. Call 1181. It 



LOST in business district of 
Beach, silver pin in shape of 
basket of fruit. Call 1356-J. EE' 
WARD. • It 



( MEN'S BIBLE CLASS ) 

First ! 
; Baptist Oiureli ; 

< Ifeeting every Ssadsr 9'M ) 

< A. A. BOGEB8, TEACHES ) 
( nth U Ardie Aire. ) 



Wekome 



ffOB BENT Furnished bed room 
with lavatory in room. Auto- 
ouitic heat, hot wiU;^-. 314 22 8t 
Phone 1472-J af ter < pm. UM 



F«r 

Mn. r. o. mttMM. ta-i, 

S&ad 



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RA€€£D ROBIN 

BOCWSHOP 

_ ». Siitrtair fiMmt 1234 
S»4 at ^isBtic Avenur 



SUMNG repairing, reg- 
ulating. Prompt ^rvice. Drop 
aood tf> B«w Christensen, 1250 
W. Wwdlawn, Broad Creek Vil- 

1213121 



ffOB BENT: BuikUug 40 x 40 
(no posts) ratable for wood or 
machine shop; Cleaning shop, 
tent tt awning shop, jdumbing 
& heating supidies, etc. Ixwat- 
ed Cor. Laskin Blvd. & Oceana 

Road. CaU 51-W-l. llOSta 

WANTO): Settled oompetant 
white woman tp keep house for 
couple wtio work during day. 
comfortable quaiters & congen- 
ial surrounding^ for right per- 
son. Address P. O. Box 16. Va. 
Beach, Give full particulars. 

llOSta 

F3R SALE, l.COO feet "Bradley's 
|M«-Cini4ied hard wood oak 
flooring: Call Paul deWitt, 12th 
& Ocean Ave. Phone 50. Ita 



W. W. Cox, Jr. 



Eat. 1866 



COX FUNERAL HOME 

WESTOVER and fifANTEO 
NORFOLK 







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L T THOUSANDS of rural and (urn 
I ;nes throughout Vepco-land, funilies v» 
c -nn-.ing of the day when they, too, wiM ht 
r !j to enjoy the many comforts ind OMi- 
\ -V! '.tv. CCS provided at such low cost by elec- 
\ T^ :y know that the best hired hdp 
c J help ... in the Jiome, on the fawo. 



of 



cLccraic 



FOR Bi^fT, housekeeping roorn^ 
and bedrooms furnished, heat- 
ed, continuous hot water, apply 
305 - 24ch Street. llOSta 



FOR SAU;: National cash regis- 
ter, $50, Remington noiseless 
typewriter $40, both in good 
condition. C. D. Noiton, 14th & 
Atlantic. Raymond Apts. No. 9 

Ita 

LOST pair baby size eye glasses 

. in vicinity 22nd street. Call 

Herb Holt, 484. It 



tlie matcriah needed to make 
-;r urc.ims materialize are still on the 
: ox critical shortages. We can generate 

";-yo-^ electricity, instantly. But we can't '< 

. V ;." it over the miles ... it takes poles and ' 

V, . .-, meters and transformers and other essen- 
t nl equipment. These shortages vary from time 
to time . . . scwnetimes we're missing meters, some- 
times we're waiting on wire . . .. but when they aM 

available, service is speeded to the very next cust<wiM» 

,on our hst! 

£ver>'body wants electricity because it does so much for 
so httle. We hope YOUR dream will soon mafcrializel 



Bayne Theatre 

OPENS DAILY 2:00 p. M. 



FRIDAY ani SATURDAY 

WHITE TIE AND TAILS 



Dan IMiryea 
WilUam Bendix 



Ella Biffff**' 
Fraak ienkB 



SUNDAY, HONDAY aa4 TUESDAY 



THEMANILOVE 



Ua LiiiMno 
Ajii4rea Uimg 



Babett AMa 
BniAe Bwuartt 



WEDNESDAY a«4 THURSDAY 

THEY WERE SISTERS 



Phyllis Calvert 



Amme Crawfond 



Ai The Roland 

OPENS DAILY 3:00 P. M. y^ 



fWDAY A SATURDAY ( 

TRAFFIC IN CRIME 



Kane Ridunond 



Anne Nagei 



.^eie Mua 



UTAH UD 

(A Westom) 
SUNDAY and MONDAY 

THE INNER OlfiCLE 



Adete Mara 



Warren Douglas 



''^IHi '¥ I' 1^^^ wiv^l 






5CTBIC AN^^Q^m^mMsmy 



William Frawley 

BANDITS OF THE BADLANDS 

Sun^ Cajraon Peggy Stewart 

Si "Rawhide" Jenks 

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 

RENDEVOUS WITH ANNIE 



Eddie Albert 



Gail Patrick 



F&ye Martowe 



M^ 







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AlWMin anqnj W^mh 



A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Princess Anne County and the State of Virginia 



Vol. 22 — Na n 



VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



JANUARY n, 1947 



SmOiM OQPT Ic^ UM m flA» 



THREE NEW MEMBERS NAMED TOIChib Raffles Dog 
GAULEE EPISCOPAL VESTRY " 



Tuesday evening. January Hth. g^xeS ConVenieiltly 

members of the congregation of| 

the GallUee Episcopal Church T^vpofpil f|||» Dllfioa 

held the annual election of men tiUtUlCU J OF 1/IllirS 

of the vestry of the church at a 
supper at the Plnewood Hotel. At 
this time the three retiring mem- 
bers of the twelve-man vestry, Mr. 
B. J. amlth. Mr. Carl Porsberg 
and Mr. t. fl. Shelley, were given 
an ovation and an expression of 
gratitude for the services rendered 
during the past four years. 



The following three new offic- 
ers were elected to fill t^ places 
of the retiring members: «• War- 
fleld Leeke. Oavld Pender. Jr., and 
W. P. tUekaon, Jr. 

Mr. ». a. Taylor, aenlw War- 
den of ttw ehuroh, esve «. short 
but InUreiting account of the 
lavoraWe condition of the church 
«t the time. Mlmeo|raphed re- 
port! of the activities of the sev- 
'eral departments of the church 
were distrttiuted to those present. 



The January meeting of the 
Princess Anne County chapter of 
the National Foundation for In- 
fantile Paralysis was held Wed- 
nesday, January 15th, with »iVs. 
Smest Harden, presidei^, presid- 
ing. 

Mrs. Sidney Kellam. campaign 
director for Princess Anne Coun- 
ty and Virginia Beach, reported 
the placing of coin boxes in all 



For Dimes March 

The January meting of the 
Princess Anne Woman's CluB was 
held at the Essex House on Tues- 
day. January 14th, with 72 mem- 
bers in attendance. Preceding the 
regular meeting of the club 27 of 
the members attended the book 
review meeting at wfilch time Mi-s. 
Lester Parsons of Norfolk review- 
ed The Egg Aid I." 

Business of the regular meeting 
was the appointment of Mrs. 
Stanley Crockett chairman of the 
annual card party and fashion 
show to be held on February 14th, 
and Mrs. B. M. Stantin chairman 



Barnes and Bmcos 
Celebrate Fifthieth 
Anniversaries 



Plana Underway for Business Associaiiom 
County . Meeting Called for Thursday 



In 



plaofs of ibualneis in the district! of the lisdies whd will be in charge 
by Miss LouJIae liUXford and Mrs 



Fifty years ago on January 24th 
Captain T. J. Barnes and Miss ' 
Mary Fannie Malbon were mir- 1 
ried. At the same time and at the | 
same place Mr. Albert Barco and 
Miss Homie Batten were married. 
The two couples as young people 
lived in the same community and 
their friendship started in early 
childhood. This same deep friend- 
ship has lasted through the years 
as both couples make their home 
at Virginia Beach. 

On Friday, January 24th, 1947, 



PORTRAIT OF UTE JUDGE WHITE 
TO BE UNVEILLED SATURDAY, l«th 



s 



Prices Lowered On 
New Ford Cars 

John H. Bell, of the Virginia 
Beach Motors, Inc., received a 
telegram from the Ford Motor 
Company stating that "in a move 
*to halt the spiraling of mounting 
costs and prices" they had reduc- 
ed the price of every Ford car 
from $18 to $60. 

Mr. Ford said the Company had 
A modest prc^t for the last three 
months of 1848, and intended to 
continue to operate in the black. 
He said that the oiUUons of dol- 
lars lost since VJ Day had been .^. • * 
accepted as an item o« the cost DlgtrlCt CMei 
of a great and victorious war. 



O. B. Bell. 

Mrs. Roland Thoip made a re- 
port of letters havlhs been nulled 
to all residents tirfinf the neces- 
sity of supporting the campaign. 

Mrs. Sromett l^le and MIrs. 
Ijewls liuxford reported splendid 
cooperation from the colored 
chairmen in the district who have 
volunteered their services to help 
with the March of Dimes dirive 
among their race. Mrs. Clyde Ab- 
solam brought 20 wool Scottie 
dogs, made by her son, a patient 
in de Paul Hospital. Civic organi- 
zations in the community will 
raffle these dogs. Members from 
the American Legion Auxiliary, 
Eastern Star and Woman's Club 
will be in charge of the theater 
booths during the drive. 

In closing, Mrs. Kellam urged 
ea2h member to double her efforts 
in order to double the contrliJu- 
tlons and have Princess Anne pre- 
pared for any emergency. 



of the theater booths for .the a golden wedding anniversary will 
March of Dimes which Is now in |1>« celebrated hy Captain and Mrs. 
progress. Mrs. Aubrey Hohnes ii^j Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Barco 
general chalman for ihe club. 



Dor lUme 

Mrs. Clyde Absalom, whose son 
is receiving treatment for polio, 
made a dog which was raffled at ' 
the meeting and as a result of the 
raffle $20.00 was tufhed over to 
the March of Dimes committee. 

To Attend State Board 

Mrs. Russell Hatchett. presi- 
dent, and Mrs. Wallace Clark, 
past president of the clu'a, will at- 
tend the State Board of Women's 
Clubs which will meet in Rich- 
mond at the Jefferson Hotel next 
week. 

Mrs. T. Davies, accompanied by 
Mrs. Chas. Hitchings at the piano, 
rendered several vocal selections. 



'at the Cavalier QeU and Country 
Club. There will be a 2S-pound 



wedding cake with all the trim- 
mings. Rev. C. W. Caman. Jr., 
will act as master of ceremonies. 
The hours for eaJUng will be 
from 7 o'clock— on, Mrs. Barnes 
said. Among the guests will be the 
seven children, seven grandchil- 
dren and two great grandchildren 
of Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, and the 
four children and nine grandchil- 
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Barco, all of 
whom live at Virginia Beach. 



A portrait of the late Judge B. 
D. White will ^e unveiled at fit- 
ting ceremonies at Princess Anne 
Court House on Saturday, Janu- 
ary 18th at 11:30 A. M. 

Painted by the Metropolitan 
Galleries in Norfolk, the portrait 
is a gift from friends and mem- 
bers of the Bar Association from 
Princess Anne County, Norfolk 
and Portsmouth and will be pre- 
sented by Judge I. Anstm of Ports- 
mouth. 

Miss Louise Luxford.' a relative 
of the late Judge White, will un- 
veil the painting. 

Judge White served Princess 
Anne County for 48 years in the 
capacity of Judge. He received his 
first appointment as County Judge 
on January Ist, 1898. He was ap- 
pointed Circuit Court Judge in 
1908, which' chair he occupied un- 
til his death in April, 1946. 

The new portrait will hang in 
the Court Room at Princess Anne 
Court House. 



Humane Ass'tion 
Starts Drive f o^ 
Operating Funds 



Sidney Kellam 
New Democratic 



"Because they must build UP dc 
pletMl cMh rwanrM or immm 
Om are tttUl losins money, many 
iNisinesses may not be able to fol- 
low suit." be said. "But we hope 
that our suwUers. our employees, 
«Dd other economic partners will 
fback, each to his own <abiUty, our 
attempt to return to the economic 
patern which has helped to make 
America gireat — the principle that 
hlg]^ wages and a higher stand- 
ard/of living for all depend upon 
lower costs and tower prices 
through increasingly large scale 
liroduction," Mr. Ford further 
stated. ' 



Tides and Suo 



TZDB CALENDAR tOB. 

VZROINJA BEACH AND 

CAPE HENRY 

(Reported by U. S. Weather) 

Bureau, Cape Menry) 



Sidney 8. Kellam, treasurer of 
Princess Anne County, Saturday 
was elected chairman of the Sec- 
ond District Democratic Commit- 
tee to succeed the late Parke F. 
Deans, of Isle of Wight County. 

Deans, who died in Richmond 
on January 7th, had been chair- 
man for about 30 years. 

A. E. 8. Stephens, of Smithfield, 
was elected to the committee in 
Deans' place as Isle of Wight 
member. 

H. Lawifhce Bullock, one of the 
two m^nbers from Norfolk City, 
was elected secretary - treasurer. 
No vice chairman was elected. 

Members present at Saturday's 
meeting at Princess Anne Court 
House were: Kellam, Princess 
^ime County: Bullock and Edward 
L. Breeden, Jr., Norfolk City; Q. 
C. Davis, Jr., Norftdk County ; 
Walter J. Bennett, Portsmouth, 
and John Henry Powell, Nanse- 
mond County. 



TOW CAUSNDAR 



Rhythm Band To 

Entertain At 

W. T. Cooke School 

Flans have been completed for 
the entertainment by the W. T. 
Cooke Rhythm Band on Thurs- 
day, January 23rd, at 8 o'clock in 
the evening in the school auditor- 
ium. Forty-two chUdren in cos- 
tumes from the two sections of 
the second grade will take part in 
the program. 

Selections of i^oth light and 
semi-classical nature will be play- 
ed in the concert. Solo work, nov- 
elty numbers, dances and drama- 
tizations will be Included on the 
program which Is under the di- 
rection of Miss Margaret Potts 
accompanied by Mrs. Eloise Tay- 
lor at the piano. 

Friends of the school are cordi- 
ally Invited to attend. 



Lynnhaven River 
Clogged by County 
Drainage Project 

Unless the entrance to the 



Mr^. Harden To 
Entertain Club 

Mrs. E. R. Harden, Jr., will en- 
tertain members of the Virginia 
Lynnhaven River is enlarged, the 'Beach Mlusic Club at their first 
Princess Anne drainage project i meeting of the year, to be held on 
will tend to fill up the river fur- Friday, January 17th, at 3 P. M. 



ther, a report to the Norfolk Cha- 
pter of the Izaak Walton League 
said. 

Meeting at theh: Willoughby 
clubhouse Friday night, the chap- 
ter was told that the county pro- 
ject might divert the drainage 



Mrs. Russell Olmbert will be co- 
hostess with Mrs. Harden. 

Mrs. Raymond Pritchard, pro- 
gram chairman, has announced 
that the su'oject of study through- 
out the year will be the dance 
forms of various countrira. . Thiii 



from Pungo Ridge west into Lynn month, dance forms of ancient 
haven River, and that the tidal .'classification and of the modern 



\ 



Date 


HlgB 


Jan. 17 ajaa. - 

Jon 17 Din. 


. 4:44 

4:56 


Ton 18 Ajn 


.. 5:28 


Jon 18 njn. 


5:41 


fua. 19 ajm 

Jan 19 DJU. 


. 6:08 
. 6:22 


¥a,n on a m 


6.48 


Ion 20 DJn 


. 1:02 


Ton 21 ajil. 


. 7:21 


Jan. 21 pjn. 

Ton' 22 am - 


. 7:38 
. 7:57 


Ton 99 n m 


. 8:14 


Jan. 23 am. 

Jan. 23 pjn. 


8:32 
8:49 



Pays of 
Week 



Sun 



ki 



ises 



Friday --7:15 

Saturday 7:16 

iday 7:15 

Ucea6as - 7:15 

TiMsday 7:14 

Wednesday 7:14 

Thursday 7:13 



11.21 
11:09 
11:50 
12:03 

12:41 
12:28 
1:18 
1:05 
1:51 
1:40 
2:25 
2:16 
2:58 

Sun 

Sets 

5:13 
5:14 
5:15 
5:16 
5:17 
5:18 
5:19 



TAXI RiX>ULATION— EH 

Paul W. Ackiss, Jr., Common- 
wealth's Attorney for Princess 
Anne County, said last night that 
a bill introduced in the special 
session of the General Assembly 
yesterday by Sen. W. M. Minter, 
of Mathews, would permit Princess 
Anne authorities to license and 
:egulate taxicabs. 

Princess Anne is without consti- 
tutional authority at the present 
time to tax cabs. Ackiss saUl. 

The MKnter bill provides for the 
licensing and regulating of taxi- 
cabs in York as well as in Princess 
Aime counties. 



To obtain tides of high or low 
letter from above times: Lynn- 
haven Inlet, add 20 minutes: 
Ocean View, aiki 45 mbdutes; Old 
Poini. oM U mhiutes; Omoo 
Inlet. suMzact 45 minutes. 



A mm arrested far steal- 
uqg a «ar nave the novel ex- 
eme t^ Iw found it stuMl- 
iag ft<oat of a cemetery aai 
ihmight ihs ownaer was d^L 



Forrester To 
Preaeh ^uuiay 

The Rev. O. T. Forrester, retir- 
ed Methodist minister now resid- 
ing at the Beach will present the 
third message in the series on Re- 
ligious Den<anlnatioos whidi are i ' — — 

invitation of Robert E. Forrest, 
pastor. 

The Rev. Robert P. Davis, pastor 
of the Virginia Beach Presbyterian 
Church was the first guest speaker 
at the Interdenominational servic- 
es, his thme celng "Distinctive 

eatures of the Presbyterian 
Church." The Rev. Forrest opened 
the seiies with the theme "Why 
We Have Religious Denomina- 
tions." 

The Rev. John F. Stone of the 
London Bridge Baptist Church 
will speak on January 26th follow- 
ed by the Rev. C. W. Carnan of 
the Galilee Episcopal Church on 
Pebruart' 2nd. 

The public is invited to attend 
any or all of these setrvices. 

wsm AofmuMD fakmois 

Tht farmer are the one class of 
people in this country wIm always 
"take it on the chin," wlwn things 
V> against ttkeoa. li farmers atuki 
get plenty of farm machtaiwy the 



current- through I^rnnhaven In- 
let is not believed sufficient to 
carry off the extra deposit of silt. 
Plans to enlarge the WaltoAian 
Gun Club in Princess Aime Co- 
unty in 1947 were aimounced by 
Robert B. Pinnlx, who said com- 
petitive shoots at the club similar 
to that held in October were 
planned. 

7 - 

Bright To Instruct 
Class in County 

M. G. Bright, former Instructor 
of vocational agriculture and ine 
time principal of Creeds iHigh 
School, is organizing and will in- 
st:uct a group of approximately 
15 Princess Anne veterans in ag- 'Company which has taken over. 



American forms wi|l be studied. 

"In addition," Mrs. Pritchard 
said, "each month throughout the 
year, we will study the emotional 
influence of composers on their 
works, in order to meet and to 
know these composers." 

Mis. Gimbert and Mrs. (Harden 
will open the program with the 
presentation of the hymn of the. 
month. 



Banks Officer In 
Hotel Purchase 

Sidney Banks, of the Cavalier 
Hotel, is among the oflficers of the c. N. .KSnkamp. Irving KBne. F a 
newly formed B:ighton Hotel Royster. Baxter 



"The Princess Amae 
Assoclaticm" ofHclaDy waa destg- 
nated as a title tar a reeentlrUi- 
augurated wganiiatlan. 
of resident! of Vlitfais Beaeh and 
PrincHs Aniw Coantr, to Iw pst- 
tomed after Iha veH-knovn So- 
city for Om nOTMHoB of Cradty 
to ArUmals. 

This Utle vai selected at a 
meeting held Frkbsf in tfee shov- 
room of the Holt linlar Oonwany. 
Mrs. William 8. Wilder, vke-presl- 
dent of the orKsniaatton, recom- 
mended the adeetian of a Utle 
less cumbersome thas that of the 
Society for the Prefcat^an of 
Cruelty to Antmah. saying that 
the national organtetion foziaer 
ly known by that title has selected 
a shorter one and i>ow is known 
as the American Bumane Associa- 
tion. A committee composed of 
R. Lee Page, H. A. Holt. Jr, and 
George T. Mullen selected the title 
of the "Princess Anne Humane As- 
sociation," Whidi iinimiTffffliffty 
was approved. 

Mrs. R. Lee Page, presldeat of 
the as«)clation stated Uiat the 
principal business of the 
was to a|>prove the sdeettoD of a 
site for a smaU animal hoaifltal 
and shelter and to provite ways 
and means of sQpp^oc the neeei 
sary funds tor tMa pnnose. It vas 
decided that a issiiiwliii to rate 
the neceasaij teorib woaU te In- 
stitute iBanadbiMp. Qmnt %■ 
MuUen. treaeaRr. statitf tbat $1,- 
000 already lad Heen salMeribed. 

Grayson K. URUis vas aspafatHl 
as chairaaa of a aoiicttatian con- 
mittee, to be assisted iv Fked A. 
Hayeox, Whitt rTfMnin and &. A. 
Jones, as ea-efaalnncn. 

R. Lee Page. H. A. Holt, Jr^ and 
George T. IfiiUen were appointed 
as a pprmanent ""tftrr eonualt- 
tee. 

The Board of Direeton vas en- 
larged to admit several new mpn- 
be:s elected at Friday's meeting. 
The tooard nov i'nr]n ^ifg ]g|^ 
Floyd Dormire. Mrs. Watts Hill 
Mrs. W. 8. Johns and Mrs. Dwltfit 
Mcrgan. M. A. Bagwood. Tkaior 
Johnson, Fred Ha y p ^y * Smcat 
Harden. R. Lee Page. Cbayson 
Killis, Sidney Kdlam, lhyif«^.^ p 
Hatchett. K. C. Johnsoo. Captain 



All merchants and business mtam 
of Virginia Beach and Prlnoaaa 
Anne County are urged to attend 
a meeting in the Oceana WaJk 
School Auditorium on Thuraitay 
evening, January 23, at 8:19 o^ 
cWk for the purpose of organia- 
ins a Better Business Associatioiv 
acomllng Joseph E. ^ruiU. aac— 
retary of the local Chamber «r 
Commerce. 

ConsUeralde interest haa bnan 
ahova amf'lndlcations are flnt 
tiMHrt win tie a record attendmor 
at the meeting which is 

Ml by a committee headd 
9. AV. Kdlam of Frfncass 

I conaMa of R. K l^lor. JL. 
M. >a and Harold Wmmma «r 
mMUa Beaeh; and Kcnalt hmtL 
of Mnga. 

Th ossanlaatlon would be oBg»- 
pntlt, and nude up of Iniitni 

I fntvested in fraud pr tivt 
tian. promotion of fair adeertia- 
inff and selling practices, promot- 
Inf a better onderstandtaig be- 
tween business and the pubSe^ 
aiding in the prevention of swbid- 
ia and prevalent rackets, anil 
pmnotion of a better un<iar- 
standlng among bushiess men «f 
the Beach and the County, Mc. 
Sprain says. 

Air. C. H. Oalby, former man*- 
«tr of the Better BusbiiBSS Bureaa 
at orfolk has accepted an imi- 
tation to attend the mettlng and 
ontUne smne of the advanagea 4rf 
snoh an organization. 

(ConUnued On Page Six) '' 



Bank of Va. Beadi. 
Adds Music to 
Odier Assets 




Eight Year Term 

The General Assembly in ses- 
sion Monday confirmed the ap- 
pointment of Judge Floyd E. Kel- 
lam of Princess Anne County. 
Judge Kellam was appointed last 
year to fill the unexpired term of 
the late Judge B. D. White presid- 
ing over the twenty-eighth Circuit 
Court. Judge Kellam was also 
elected to a new term of eight 
yea:s beginning February 1st. 



ricultural oiteration and manage- 
ment, according to an aimounce- 
ment released by F. W. Cox sup- 
erintoident of Princess Aime Co- 
tmty Schools. 

Classes will be conducted in ac- 



under lease, the Brighton Hotel 
in Atlantic City. David Stoneman. 
of Boston will head the new com- 
pany and plans are made to con- 
struct a private outdoor swimming 
pool and cahana club along the 



cordanee with the G I. Bill and ""^ familiar to southerfi resorts. 
wUl consist of on-the-job train- The property was leased in a 
Uig as wen as classroom instruc- tiansacUon involving more than 



tion, MJr. Cox stated. 



Nidiolson To Head 
'47 Red O-oss Drive 

H.W. Chaffee, chairnlan of the 
Prin<»ss Annr Chapter of the 
American Red Cross, at a recent 
meeting appointed Mr. Clyde P. 
Nicholson chaiiman of the 1947 
Red Cross Fund Campaign drive 



i $2,000,000 and occupies more than 
I seven acres of beach front. 



VFW To Meet 
In Parish House 



Oceana HMIm^t 
Chittci To (Nbserve 
Natioi^ Swdbiy 

National Teeoperance Sxadv 
will be absforvvd next Sunday with 
a special message by tte pastw i^ 
11 A. M. aa '10w Greatest Ene- 
my." 

The first Quarterly Ooitfeveofle 
will be cimducted at 3 P. M. fe^ Ik-, 
coming year they wouM be riding Frank L. Wells ^ MortoUc DWiirt 
en the top waves of p:oq;>eri^. Superintoifteit. 



The Virginia Beach Post 7166 
Vete;ans of .Foreign Wars will 
meet next Thursday. January 23, 
at 8 P. M. in the Parish House at 
18th and Atlantic. 



i^Mrks; Ll 3. 
Shelley, W. F. Crockett, aaibome 
Bryant. Charles WaOtm. M. M. 
Hardy, George T. lCeI«aa. BaltKt 
3. Simpson. Jos^h flkaaiU. WU- 
lace caark. Jotan B. JPI9. Jmt^ 
Johnson, Jamas Jtedaa and Wal- 
ter Maher. 

tCfficers of the oofaidaatian are: 
Mrs. R. Lee Pase. meddent; Mm. 
WUliam S. Wilder, vke inctident: 
H. A. Hdt. Jr.. aeoataiy. srnd 
George T. Mullen. tmsur»'. 



AMERICAN LEGION TO 
MEET JANUARY 23rd 



The American Legion, Post 113; 
will hold its next meeting Janu- 
ary 23rd n the Legian Club. 



BOND SiUJ£S UP IN tmCEMtOM 



weap white 

LfJEtt DiPK 



The unprecedeatal sales of Sav- 
ings Bonds in Vii^cinia in Dbcan- 
ber boosted the year's sales to 
$115.^.S»2. Of this amount I^in- 
cess Anne County sold $414,1^.75. 

0«%mber sales in Virginia were 
$12,3«S,667.25. and In Princess 
Anne County they we;e $15,676.^. 



Legion Aaxiitaqr 
To Hold Meeting 

The January meeting of Che 
American Legion Auxiliary Uni^t 
113 will be heW in the USO at 
2:30 P. M., Monday. January SMh. 



bts 



Mk-s. Alexander B. ipooie 
returned to h^ home on 
:>rtef visiting in New Teik and 

Washington. 

Mr. SLoA Mrs. B. B^ Mi^riiiiim B tf 
New Haven, Conn, arrived reoeit- 
ly to spend a lew days wttb ^r« 
Bennison's sisto' and teotber-ia- 
law. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Addeo- 
brook at their hosae aa loith St. 

Major and Mn. Watte- jBeckett 
have rei^imed to the Unieaaity 
of HI at rhawmaign tf ter imaem 
Mr. and Mrs. Walta- Be^rtt. &. 

Mr. uai Mrs. 

son and G. C 
New YeSkT's witt 
and daughter, Ifr. 
M. Sharpe, Jr, to 



It laaaid Iba* 
eharms to aooth the 
breast" Ttmik maw not be 
Me to the enptofMB and 

of the Bank oT 
Beach, but th»e is eertalnlkr i 
douM about the atmoaphww 
sootbina eontentront eca^ed^ i 
the Installation of tha 
newest asset, "industrial nuisJe." 
This increasingly po pnijr aaaflk- 
od of sending music anr thm air 
can be regulated to suit the 
taste. In the case of 
of Vir^iia Beach 1 
'good'Vnuisic is selected, 
log to M^ Church, president, ami 
the voluiah of tone is contralirt 
at his de^ ao that at no tlnaa Ir 
It Imd (Mr crffensive to even Ac. 
sensitive ear. nor distracCiss 
to those who wish to etncmttalm. 
Many resturants and eaOv 
Idaces at th Bsach have InfaBiJ 
the individual sets and your 1 
or dime may brina forth 
en or boogie woogie. Tbe 
saent of "industrial sausic'' 
Mb-. Church has «' H aslli tt m 
is aeirted BiMic snd is 
jmr cent with wi 
baited ^rr'-im- and 
tiam those who enjoy it~ 

Tf Is undristond t hat t^ 
liar Botd is auddna plans for 
of a similar arra 
hi the HJGynt Bn<nn 
tbe aeu few daya. 

■Aisic Coep. of vtrgt^h 
fonaeiiy Gtaow-Webb Ar 
aodates, and Harris Mu^ 
Pany are the two farsi^Ued 
oerns at the Beach which are i 
ewipped to make these Install- 




U. Comdr. and Mrs. 
Moiaan left Sunday fcr theix- 
home in Annapcdis. Md.. after 
^^lendinc the holidays with —^ 
Moigan's mottup. Mrs. Buth WB- 
llaass. on Oaa ntroLi. 

liBss Jane Pi«»«i«fff ,n 
Banday toibiy ' 
^e idter lyMi^ ^ng 
with her parents^ nr. utd 1 
K- C. BoWnson. on S3mA St. 

'^ B«r. Bob^ WaaaaL 

""* — ^ ■^"- attfsutlai "Ml 
teaC Weekr ^ his i^aa m 





AMI TOV APBAID or VOOKI 

We have known peoide who are 



fHibli^ed erery Friday by the 
Princess Anne Press, Incorpo- 
rated, 226 17th Street, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. Commercial 
and Social Printers. 



All news and advertising copy 
should be in this oflice not la- 
ter than Wednesday, noon. 
Subscription $2.00 per year 
In Advance 
Advertising Rates Upon 
implicattan 



An atom h "the a»all«t partl- 1 wtiialiy afrairf of booka. alr»W to 

SS^^S^tSSTa unit- 1 the statemenu in books m «n«e 
TS^imt^^mx Nation theories and not true to real facto 
JgZTloTS* U«t secret IromUtraid that books are a wwl« oi 
9WUU. MWMw* •«» •— «» ; queer notions which they say oth- 

No EuKNWAn manners of the , er people have found in books. 
United Nation Council match the | And others are afraid that read- 
abilities of our Byrnes. Connally | jng a big book all the way th. ough 
and Vandenberg. How they couLl [ will be a waste of time. 
be so patient with Stalin's bunch i „ , . , . ,^, 

ia almost beyond undenstauding. , Gecc b^^oks can be, the most 

ivalua le fr.ends well ever flnd. 

The second World Wat has been vhey will sit quietly by wiiliout 

over a long time but the making Kni.'.ly calling for our attention. 

of the peace has not made a tie- ^ivptrly underhtood, good books 

cent start up to date. can serve as constant guide posts 

, .* „ K * *• tu i «™„« 'along our most difficult paths. 

Isn t it about tune that Amen- , . ° . . , ,», .„ «„ 

-, ., I And they re always waiting to All 

can axpayers were relieved from ^, , ^ , . 

w»u v*ini%:ia ..« ^j^^^g minmtes or hours when we 




MBS. rANNV nnmiiGi 

IKnUnHS WIDNKSOAT 

Mrs. Fumy Kthertdge Dt^ie, 57. 
wife of Walter Herron Doyle, and 
daughter of the late James In- 
ward and J&s, Fanny Sant(» 
Etheridges died at 8 A. M. Wednes- 
day at a Norfolk hospital, 

Mrs. Doyle was a native an^ 
lifelong resident of this sectRni, 
residing at Twenty-second Street, 
Virginia Beach, at tlic time of hev 
death. 

She was a membe. of Christ 
and St. Luke's Church. 



"The Jotoon Story." Cottu^U 
Pictures' Technloektf oay«)cMle of 
* e nuslc. the nvMto imd tlw 
times of Americja's greatest enter- 
tainer. U scfteOiaed to have its 
first local showing on Januairy 22, 
23, 84 «nd 35 at the "Bayne The- 
tre. Heralded as one of the m<Mt 
lavish and spectacular musicals 
[ever to some out of Hollywood, it 
features Larry Parks, Evelyn 
Kcyes. William Demurest and Bi'l 
Goodwin, 



mmmmmmmmmm 

1% ii,«i^ VtHVk, fi Mmn. Iart 
Parks, givea » '^^ Moaitiif p^ 
f onnanice. liuch stress is kiM cm 
ibe t^M»nny vwr tke hM cMAiued 
all of Jdson'St tarwIsiQMfk* ^ ^ 
wtertAiner. 

Bvely? Keyes. et the flanoing 
trwaea vO. 9}»m»rom beauty, has 
the femlntae tead. the delicate role 
of a famous dancer whose claim 
on JoUon's heart is always shared 
by the world. WlUlam Demarest 

r 



and SIB Ooodwim tre m«d m ttfr' 
long friends of JfdMin. ^ hAV* 
reortved aueli pnlM for siktonAd 
suppmtlng perfoniuuaces. 

"The ThriU of araaU." » roman- 
tic c<miedy sfet to torrid lAtln rhy- 
thms, and "Gallant Ben." will be 
the other features at the Bayne. 

The Roland will present the 
usual Westerns and comedy pic- 
tures. 



OliitiauiBii card! of «banka. 
nNtartion «f reject and w- 
aoUdtad vrigbial poenu are 
cbaned for at tfee rate of 9o 
per vord each tnserUon. par 
aide In adfanee. 



Sntered as senmd class mat- 
ter 4WU* ', »«*• »» ^« P<^ 
oince of Virginia Braelir..J/^-. 
onder the act^ Ifa^ S, 1879. 

TH8 V0SC8 of a majority, 
swaytog the course of govern- 
ment does not insure good gov- 
ernment ezc^t it lie the voice 
of a well informed and well in- 
tntioned petqde.'* 

JANU^y 17, 1947 



"pouring the wealth of America" 
into Russia and all foreign coun- 
tries that are still fighting over 



'just can't find anything to do.' 

Virginia Beach boasts two lend- 
tedmtoal, nonsensical Issues and ing libraiies. The Virginia Beach 
deatotqring the proqieoto of out- Lending Library on Arctic Avenue 
lawing future wars? > and THE RAOOSD RjCXBiN BOOK 

The aV» B^'r bomb is perfectly i SHOP, owned and managed by 
safe while it remains to the pos- 1 Miss Marcia Sinclair, and now in 
session of the United States. We ,lt8 new location at 303 Slst Street, 
will new use it as an offensive The Lending Library has books to 
weapon, and as long as it remains ' lend and The Ragged Robin has 



our secret no big. blustering Rus- 
sia will dare, to challenge us to 
drop one of our atom pills on their 
territory. ' • -■ 

So if the great effort that the 
United States is leading does not 
maKe-tl!e~^)r(n-ld safe for human 
•'leings. our own countrjTOeamay 
decide to let otRerTlatlons am 
other hemispheres fight their own 
battles — and "please excuse US." 



I books to sell as well as to lend. 

Visit your lU>raries and you will, 

no doubt, flna that: 

"Books are keys to wisdom's treas- 
uie; 

Books are gates to lands of pleas- 
ure; 

Books are paths that upward lead; 

&uoks are friends. Come, let us 
read." 



Besides her hus'oand, Walter 
Herron Doyle, she is survived by 
one sister, Mrs. Arthur Hitch, of 
Virginia Beach and Norfolk; three 
brothers. Dr. Herbert R. Ether- 
Idge, Charles A. Etheridge and 
James E. Etheridge, of Norfolk, 
and also a numlier of nieces and 
nephews. 



Funeral services will be conduct- 
ed at the Oliver Funeral Parlors 
at noon today. Rev. George Ounn, 
rectof of the Church of the Oood "! 

Shepherd in Norfolk. wUl officiate, bow 'Round My Shoulder" and 
"Uza." 



The.scrcenplay, which was writ 
ten l^ Stephen Longstreet, cirnes 
ilu-ough ncaily forty ye.irs of Jol- 
son's remarkable exploits in tlie 
entertainment wo: Id. As the spot- 
light is turned on Broadway show 
hit after Broadway show hit, and 
then Holly\iiood and the "talkies," 
all the glorious music associated 
with the "Mammy Singer* comes 
to the fpre. Some of the beloved 
tunes heard in the film are "April 
Showers," "By the Light of the 
Silvery Moon," "You Made Me 
Love You," "California. Here I 
Come," "Swanee." "My Mammy." 
"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee." 
I Want a Qirl." "There's a Rain- 



I 

I 

I. 



READING AWRrriNG 



,-r5 






WomBn Walkers 



HOP MAmr TOPOH PROW JMB 



J.S. 



Washingmw. O. C-aer Tear's 
reviews of IMf apd pnipftoJBS Cor 
IMV were wbmm and guesssa. 

Woiid praUaBU we c o mplieatf d 
an tbo war frwa Bossia to ttw 
aootb A^ vith cversttnng elae. 
In aU dirKUans. Mbit writers de- 
dared that tt»p8i* tvdve months 
vers fun oC fiadtaii bUInres. 

TO anote: tJansCantinople is a 
very bard word and you can't 
spell IT." But that has nothing to 
do with the csk. 

Washington lias improved its re- 
gard fmr President Harry Tmman 
ainee the NovMObn- ele^tkm start- 
ed in to coordinate relations lie- 
tireen the WUte Bbuw and Con- 
gresB. It seems npp«mait in Us 
f fffnd to roDognlae tiie nwpr 
biiitv itf ooognm and to join in 
pnetical walk Id pwintr flM 
tsBBrts of Owpaapit; loilMid of 



CHEAPER PRICES 

J. E. Jones 

Inflationary prices are begin- 



HOW TO ATTRACT TOURISTS 

The so-called "tourist trade" 
should bring to Virginia Beach 
many thousands of dollars of ex- 



ning to bust their own balloons, penditures by visitors this coming 
Many food prices are pointing season and the prospect of a 
IdBwnward. Prices of women's ap- !"good" summer should be looked 
iparel. plus &irs and "oh, them I forwardg^o if the community will 
hats" that women wear have been , provid^what visitors like. There 
slashed in prices— but that's all is no reason why Virginia Beach, 
thatj can be said in their behalf, .with proper planning, cannot 



Furniture prices, robber tires, but- 
ter and men and womoi's cloth- 
ing are "going down." Many arti- 



cles that fit ta,to the above cate- can offer as much. If not more, to 
gory have declined a few pegs. As I the tourist than many sections of 
mach cannot be said about many the country, 
kinds of buildings that people 



want to use for buidness purposes 
or dwelUngs. 

And wlien it comes to taxation 
there may ht some reduction, but 
dont get the idea you are going to 
save much along that line. 

Just one thing more: Dm't get 
optimistic over any inedietion out 
of Washington that the United 
States Oovemmoit is going to 
meet tiie 1M7 iaidget and begin' 
paying off the National debt, tfow 
you con laugh alxNit that! B's Just 
a "funny dream" to tinse who 
the two adfldi oM poHMeal BW-UnMr the ropea &i Washington 
("K- uu3gi£ have watched the wtieels go 

IBm ^lumdawu flgHt tetwBtfwnJ <>» wwr yearn. 
t fpy TTtiMsni and Tnim fi f<Tn1g| '■■ ~" 

t!liI^^Zamk \Mmmt» ittTttiel*''*"''':*"™'** '"' *■* riuua 

Case am and Wagner Act win for { TOm Bkae BMie nifcway, Unk- 
nisli inttTTTf for tr ^^f w Indus- 
trtd divotai, awf wiU be 



and aignad by the 
In cenecal tana tba 
PresUtent indiestca wlilingnaa to 
■Met the WfifM^faT" eontntied 
Congress mum than half way. 

OP. the new eo-part- 




anid modern facilities for amuse- 
ment. 

But to realize the most in visit- 
orappeal Virgizila Beach will have 
to pay attention to certain details 
that the visitor will demand if he 
is to be a permanenti customer. 
Attractive surroundings with good 
clean tourist homes, hotels and 
boarding houses, good cuisine in 
eatUig places— one of our great^t 
weaknesses today in the opmion 
of many— and hospitaUe treat- 
ment with no profiteering are es- 
iliw B^amaiimb "fr*^ -' Park in ■ sential. 

Vlnginfe to Ibe frt^ *fp^ Na- 1 ow is the time to give serious 
tfniifi p^f k fh Pffffrtf* *>^'-*'«"» "*>* thought to tlie coming season. 
Trnnrisrr. mute the; hW record , How shall we attract the tourist 
m IMC. m wiMUtum PAf^f*f< 1,147,- trade and. once attracts, how 
S7T. wMdt ■■s IMMB more tmir- shall we hold it. 
hatothair 



The controversy, as old as the automobile industry, over 
the question of whether u^omen are safer drivers than men, 
has recently been revived with an outbreak of articles in 
both newspapers and , magazines arguing one side or the 
other of the matter. 

Now the State of Connecticut comes forward with an 
entirely new angle in the men vs. women contention. Ac- 
cording to a five-year study conducted in that state, women 
are much safer pedestrians than men. 

The survey revealed that during the period in question 
the number of male pedestrians killed was four and a half 
tjmes greater than the number of fatalities recorded among 
women walkers. And it's just not logical, says the Conn- 
ecticut report, to contend that men do more than four times 
as much walking as women. ^_^ 

Closer inspection of the findings reveals certain in- 
teresting facts. For example, it was shown that whereas 
less than half the feminine fatalities occurred at night, 
more than 80 per cent of the male pedestrian deaths took 
place during the hours of darkness. I^^act, for tb« ages 
31 to 71 inclusive- all but ten per cent of the male deaths 
occurred between sundown and sunrise. 

Pedestrian deaths account for approximately two out 
of every five traffic fatalities and for the past ten years 
abound, and open salt water with ^he AAA, through an annual pedestrian protection contest, 
boating, flsWng and swimming, jjgg been stimulating state and city action toward correction. 
There are historic shrines close by , The improvement in pedestrian safety recorded for scores 

of cities taking part in the contest is proof that intelligent 
and vigerous protective measures can go far toward solving 
this most important phase of the traffic casualty problem. 



build a tourist business holding 
first place on the Atlantic Sea- 
I'coaid. Certainly 7ii-ginia Beach 



The Beach has the happy com- 
bmation of seashore and pine 
woods, fresh water, in which fish 




A or nuny ctnturiej the writers of the world have tried w ex- 
p^f^^ thr meaning of tht story of jesus. Now, out of all this rich uiJ , 
V4n.*(i m.it«nal T-dward Wagenknechi has assembled some *00 *ii)ritrs, 

poems, plays and essays in an anthology titled 
"The Story of Jesus in the World's Literature " 
Many of his leleciioni have been written 
within the last century or two. and are chiefly 
the work of English and American writer*. 
However, Balzac ii here, and Sigrid UndscI 
and Kagawa and A,natole France, and there i» 
• generous sampling of English lyric poetry 
from Elizabethan to modern times. Many oft 
the author* here were not profening Christian*, 
although all the material it lincerely religious 
in tone. 

Many ingenious devices have l>Ben used by 

writers to emphasize their theme. Jesus i* 

viewed through the eyes of Mary, of Joseph, 

, of Judas, of the Wise Men, of Pilate, of a 

shepherd boy, and ^ven, as m the case ot 

G K Chesterton, ot the donkey on which Jesus rode. Jesus appears 

ni»i only in 1'alci.tine, bui in France, Ireland, 

tii^ljiid 4nd New York. 

• • • • 

According to Carl Sandburg, the best 
one-volume Lincoln to date is the forth- 
ciimtng. "The Lincoln Reader," edited by 
I'jul Angle. It will be the Ikiok-of-the-Month 
Club selection for February. It contains 172 
selections by 66 authors, including newspa- 
per accounts of the day and Lincoln's own 
autobiography. The material is arranged in 
the form of a continuous biography, and is 
illustrated with many rare photographs. 

• •' • • ^^ ■ — ^ir -^^ 

In "Aging Successfully," Dr. George Lawton gives encouragement to 
women who think their life is over at a certam age. There was Mrs., 

Estabrook, for example, who lost her first 
husband when she was 64. At 69 she remar- 
ried, but I year later her second husband 
died. At 70 she married for a third time, and 
•t 7{ became a widow again. Now she is 84| 
•nd she has a suitor a widower of 80 who is 
very devoted to her^But she steadfastly re- 
fuses to marry him. "Marrying is bad luck." 
she says. "I lose them that way." 

It isn't only the woman in her mid- 
forties to whom it is essential to conceal, 
her age. A client of 8S came on her first 
visit to Dr. Lawton. Her age had been given | 
b> relatives who had phoned ahead of time. "Well," he asked, "and how j 
lid are vou?" The old lady hemmed and hawed. Then shaking her finger j 
with coy teverity, she dictated, "put dowo 80 plus." 




'^'^m* 




— Noted on the wall of the State 

life is is es- Welfare Departmei^ stock room 

stiiViiv for —"Some people itch for a lot of 

aver force, things they are too lazy to 

—Galsworthy scratch fw." 



nt0mimmt9tlk Pcc fartB g C9. 



J. F. Mae Ivei 



PADRDiG - D»0OSATING 
PAPEHHANGING 

Kgicrior EbUiuIcs CiMerf HMy Giv« 



im 112U 1167- J 



Ofstribtttwrs at Virgisiia Bcadh 



m3m 




rMKTS - OILS - VARNISHES 

Hnting — Murals — Furniture Refinishing 

Kfellii Store - 214 23rd Sbeet 

m^mmmmmR- BEMOIMEUIVG CONSllHJCnON 



tHE MONEY-GO-ROUND 

Pay day . . . rcot . . . food bills . . . insurance pay day clothes . 
doctor s Dills .. .vacation .. .pay day .. . 

So it goes, around and around. And every now aiwi thxa 
4^ amounts coming in just aren't as big as the payments you 
ought to mcke. , 

Where's the difference coming fromf The answer is 
simple: an Installment Loan at Tidewater's largest bank (the 

i^arcst of its six offices). The cost is amazingly low and you 

will be delighted wit!i the prompt and cordial service. 

That's why more people borrow from "Commerce" than 

from anv other TidevvTer bank. 

NATIONAL Bank of Commerce 



I , 



Main and Atlantic 
Granby and Bute 
•lampton Blvd. and 3oth 




Church and Freemason 

Suburban Park on Granby 

Virginb Beach, Virginia 



fftittuBM FB^KAI. DBPOSrr INSUaAN<2 CQWQSUVnaM 

Ciiartered in iS6f as ^'Ihe Peoples Bank" -Still the people's Sank 



^^Igmmm 



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HfMlMppil^ipp 



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VmCUNU fi£ACU KSWS 



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Bln..S. Ifonly Cole. Local lleporUr 

PARTIES : ANNOUNCEMBINTS : PERSONALS 
Phono or Bring Tlioiii to tho Nowa Qfflco 



Mias Dorothy Walke. of NW- 
folk, entertained Monday at the 
Brlncess Anne Club at a luncheon 
in honor of Mrs. A. Wlnthrop Lfie. 
of Coi^cord. Mass.. who is visiting 
her sister, Mrs. Llla Tucker, at her 
home on Ocean Front. 
• • • 

' Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brown en- 
tertained Wednesday evening at 
their home on 52nd Stret at a din- 
ner party in celebration of the 
tenth birthday ariniversaiy of 
their daughter. Miss Jane Brown. 



The, invited guests were: Mlases 
Temple Forsberg, Miary Fage HU- 
Uard. Hampton Shuglntf, Kitty 
Terrell, Janice Gregory. Keith 
Wilder. Agnes Chandler, Anita 
Strickland, Jean Slnuaons, Jane 
Kellam and Marsha Abernathy. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dyer, Ji., 
announce the birth* of a son, on 
Tuesday, January 14th, at the de 
Paul Hospital. 

• * • 

Comdr. and Mrs. Julian B. Tlm- 



Clearance Sale 



u, 



CHILDREN'S APPAREL 

Snow Suits Corduroy Helmets 
Slippers Knit Suits 



Bath Robes 
Polo Shirts 



] \ A fprw9 of Dresses and Suits, Raincoats, Corduroy ; ; 

Ovenills 

SUNPRY OTHER ARTICLES 

THE WATTES 



Attanlic Avenue at Mth Sta«et 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
^ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦o»ee»»ooo»O M 



terlake. Ar^ ^ft thti wetk to 
spend some tinw in HortdA. 

• • • 

Mrs. A. J. Maloney and two ehil- 
dren arrived on Thursday from 
Washington, D. C, to visit Mrs. 
Malon«y's parents, Mr. 8uad Mrs. 
Walter Maher. at their home in 
Bay Ccdimy. 

•, • • 

Mrs. Fielding Jeter left last 
week to vteit relatives in Roanoke, 
Wtartlnla. 

• • • 

Mrs. John Tilton has returned 
to her home In Norfolk after 
spending several days with her 
sister, Mrs. C. W. Bain, on H8th 
Street. 

« • « 

Dr. William Barr has returned 
to his heme on 40th Street after 
spending the week-end at the Uni- 
versity of Virginia. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Marion Maddox 
win leave Friday to spend the 
week-end in Lynchburg, Virginia. 
They will be accompanied home 
by Mrs. Maddox's mother, Mrs. 
Joseph Bateman, who has .been 
vlsltlns relatives in Lynchtaun. 

• • • 

Mr. ^nd Mrs. John MttcheB, of 
Warrenton, N. C spent the week- 
end ^th tlielr condns, Mrs. C. W. 
Bain and liDss SQsabeth Bain, on 
118th Street. Mr. IStchdl attend- 
ed the aimval baaqaet of the Var- 
folk-Partaaauth Chapter of the 
AmCTican Instltate 61 Basking 
held Saturday evening at the 
Monticello HoteL 

• • • 

Mrs. Robert Barr, Jr^ retamed 
Monday to her home on 57th St. 
after spending the we^-end in 
Baltimore, Md. 



Mrs. I* M(dne Qny will arrive 
Saturday to spend the week end 
with her sister. Miss Horence Le 
Moine, at her home on 36th Street. 

• • • 

Mrs. Katherine Hyde, of New 
York, Is spending some time at 
the Jeter Cottage on 1 11th Street. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Phelan 
left Mbnday to spend a few days 
In Chicago, 01. ' 

f • • 

Mrs. Claude Herbert left last 
week for San Antonio. Texas, 
where she will spend a month vis- 
iting relatives. ' 

• • • . 

Mrs. Paul Devlin will return on 
Friday to her hdme on Holly Road 
after spending a week in New 
York. 

• • • . 

Mrs. Chess Harbarger left Tues- 
day to spend a week In Pinehu:st, 
N. C. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Wlllcox 
arrived gaturday from Norfolk to 
spend a week visiting Mr. and 
Mri Nathan Bundy on ll7th St. 
Their daughter. Miss Harriet Will- 
cox, has left to visit Miss Char- 
lotte Cohn ih^ her winter home In 
l^rida. 

• • • 

Xiss Betay Kyle has returned m 
Mary Wttttington CoUege. Frei- 
erlcksburg. 'Virginia, after spend- 
tag the wttk-end with her hretti- 
er-ln'law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 
Bamuel B. Hathaway, la Char- 
Ivttesville. 'Virginia. 

• • • , 

Mirs. S.U. Ma^rUliazH aialvedl 
Monday Yrom CharlottMvOla, Vlr-, 
ttoia, to visit Mr. and Mrs. l&clin 
Simmons on 53rd Street. 



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IHC. 



FINAL CLEARANCE 

REDUCTIONS BELOW COST 

DRESSES SUITS COATS 

Acceg^sories 



A fine selection of suits and dresses reduced for dearance-nonly one or two 
of a styte . . . mostly broken sizes . . . some sliglitly soiled. Garments 
luited below subject to prior sale. 



DRESSES 

One Group 
39.95 to 59.95 

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One Group 
32.95 to kM 

18M 



One Group 
25.00 to 29.95 

15M 



One Group 
14.95 to 22.95 



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One Group 
45.00to59.95 

2SM 



One GnMip 
25j00 to 39.95 

15M 



COATS 



One Group 
35MtomM 

30M 



One Group 
29.95 to 45j00 

20M> 



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SKIRTS 

One Group 

To 1455 NowQM 

One Group 

To 755 N«w4«« 



BLOUSES 

On« Group 

ToUM 
Now 

12 $3 $5 



SWEATERS 

One Group 

Tol2S5 
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Mrs. E. R. Hardin. Jr.. returned 
on Wedn^day to her home on 
36th St^et after spending a few 

days in Woshlngton. D. C. 

• • '• 

Mr. and Mrs. Qerould Rumble 
will return on Friday to their 
home cm sard Street after spend- 
ing a week in New York. 

• • • 

Charles Qamble left Sunday to 

spend a week in ttkltimore. Md. 
« • • 

Mrs. Claude Dennis arrived by 
plane Monday fr^ Providence, 
R. I., to visit her brother and sis- 
ter-in-law, ^r. and Mrs. Holmes 

Butler, at their home on 53rd St. 

• • • 

Mrs. Katherine Brother.s, of 
Suffolk, is visiting her cousins, 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Norfleet, 

at their home on 123rd Street. 

• • • 

The Misses ■Eliz:i;eth Gregory 
y.n and Evelyn Collins Hill arf 
spending a week in New Yoik 
City. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Mason Johrison 
will leave Saturday to spend sev- 
eral' weekT in Hollywood. Florida. 

• * • . 

Captain and Mrs. Clarence N. 
Hinkamp have as their gvest Miss 
Marguerite Ames of Washington, 
O. C, and Cleveland, Ohio. On 
Sunday, January lath, Hiss Ames 
was nuest of honor «t a cocktail 
tea ^ven by her host and hostesa. 

- lEIr. and Mrs. Ouckworth-Bark- 
erwere guests of CapCsin and Utb. 
Blnkamp over the flew Year hail- 
day. Mr. Duckworth-Barker la a 
member of the United Nations Or- 
ganization and her and Mrs. 
Duckworth - Barket visited the 
Hinkamps in London and on the 
French Riviera. 

• • • "^ 

Frank M. Carroll, who spent the 
Christmas holidays with his pa- 
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. 
Carroll, In* the Oaklelgh Apart- 
ments, has returned to resume his 
studies at the Shenandoah College 
and Conservatory of Music at 
Dayton, Virginia, 

• • • 

Richard N. Carroll, Jr., has re- 
turned to V. P. 1., Blacksburg, Va., 
after spending the holidays with 
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
N. Carroll, in the Oaklelgh Apart- 
ments. 

• ■• • 

Miss Cynthia Cabbs of Lynch- 
burg is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 
John A. Ourkin, at thieir home on 
102nd Street. 

• •• • 

Miss Chess Rsrdbanger of 51st 
Street left Tuesday for Plnehurst 
N. C, to play in the annual Mid- 
southern Miatch Ppint Bridge 
Tournament. Hiss Hardbarger is 
a member of the executive com- 
mittee for this annua] -event. 

• • « 

Cadet Captain James E. Dixon 
has returned to V. P. "I. to resume 
his studies after spending the 
holidays with his parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. E. Dixon, in Pungo. 

• . • 

Miss Virginia Dixon, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dixon, of 
Pungo. has returned to BXadison 
College to resume her studies. 



Colonel Charles Cavelli, Jr., is 
-Visiting his father and brother at 
12ieir home on Iglh Street. Cotond 
Cavelli, a West Point grachiate. 
has served for the past three yeirs 
wIOb the 8th Corps in the Padflc 
Theater of war and has teoentty 
been ttransferred to duty in Wash- 
ington. D. C. He will leave the last 
ci the week to take up his new as-' 
signmem 



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The marriaae of 14* Mary 
Alice Waters, deafhtwa of A. N. 
Watera and tte Me Iba. ValanL 
of HUton VUlafe. to Bam Ik Hol- 
land, Jr., son of Haixi R. MoOand 
and the hUe Mn. HateoA. el Hfsr 
itola Beadi, took place Sajkordav 
afternoon at a:M o'eloek at the 
home of the taridagraoHi^ lUm, 
Mrs. J. C. a^aaii. at Vlrgiiiia 
Beach. The cennony was lotamn- 
ized by the Rev. Robert Flekena 
i Davis, pastor of the Rreahyterian 
I Church. Virginia Beach. The 
I home was decorated with ever- 
greens, white shrysanthemums 
;and lighted tapers. 

' The bride was even in mairi- 
auT by her brother, C. N. Water.?. 
She wore a two-piece suit, of grey 
'\^ool, :l = ck acccssorio6 and a cor- 
; sage of pink ro«e.s. She had as her 
matron 'of honor and only atten- 
dant Mrs. C. H. Waters, who wore 
a melon crepe dress, black accn- 
sories and a corsage of gardenias. 
Han7 R BoHand was belt man 
for his SOB. 

Following the cerenienr an ia- 
fonnal reception was biltL After 
a wouming trip to Woritatngtao. O. 
C. ttie conplc vUl nride at Wr- 
KinialBMeh. 



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M of the ehncli. pkaied 

lUkiwlng the aenlee^ 
and Mra. MaiUaad Ml far a 
vcddinc tripu On ttadr 
WW reride ail 
Circle, imgtnla 





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Matheeoa, af MrtWoiv. Vtn^nto. 
daughter of tin. mmaai 
Mathesm sni Che late Ur. MaUw- 
son, of ftndrcwi, ITartb OwoDib. 
to flf neaiil BiriMirt RedeAik 
Markland, of Fort Story. Vbtlnla. 
son of Mrs. Irwin J. Derooe and 
the late Herbert ftederlek Hark 
land, of BsA Springs. Arkansas, 
took idace Saturday. Deconber 
14, 1M6, at high noon, at Qalilee 
Episcopal Churclt. Virginia Beach, 

I with the rector, the Reverend 
Charles W. Caman. Jr.. officiat- 
ing. 

The bride was given in maniage 
by Lt Colonel Harold G. Archi- 
bald, of Fort Story. She pad as 
her maid of hDnor Miss Xrva 
Elizabeth Aodenon, c of Virginia 
Beach. 

Sergeant MaAland had as Jiis 
best man CorvoraL Rank M. Har- 
ris. The udms 



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I^HiL search (or the oldest dog 
■^ in America, conducted by the 
Gaines Oog Research Center, 
New Yorlt, as part ol the 1946 
observance of National Dog Week, 
unearthed some exceedingly in- 
leresting stories. 

The oldest one found wn 
Xaddip Coy (nanied after Presi- 
dent Harding's dog), 25% year 
old nvle fit dubious ancestry 
owneJ bv Mrs. E. C. Baynard, of 
fiockr Mount, N. C. This age in 
a dog is equivalent to 136 yean 
in a tiuman. Though dogs half bis 
age are considered old, Laddie is 
perfectiy weli and has required 
no vetnrinary attention in over 
(our ytars. 

J^gii^, a targe cross-bred owned 
by > ^trs. Oscur Pfiigtsoo of Ana- 
ham, Calif., is now 21 years old. 
When he was iO years old, the 
Beng JOB family moved to Ana- 
^ heim from Truman, Minn., leav- 
ing Jiggs behind with a friend. 
Alter staying with this friend 
ei^M weeks, Jiggs vanished. Two 
and one-half years later be 
turned up at the Bengtson bcnne 
in California, having traveled 
nearly 1800 miles through strange 
terriio;-y to find his family. 



Hits Rachmaninov, a purebred 
Samoyede owned by Mrs. Daniel 
McKnight of Vallejo. Calif., and 
now 15 years aM. distinguished 
himself at the age of 12 (75 in 
human equivalent) by siring a 
litter of four healthy puppies. 

Susie, 16, pwned by Al John- 
ston, a government trapper of 
Logan, Mont., still goes hunting 
with her owner every day. She 
has pulled down over 600 coyotes 
and once helped capture a wolf 
weighing lOS pounds. 

Acelona Wire Girl ("Apie"). 
purelMvd Wire rosterrier owned 
by Mra B. J. Blarkbum of Rose- 
vUle. Micta., is still sporty-looking 
and svelt of Igure despi^ ker 12 
yean. Ack ha» produced }6 lit- 
ters of poppies and raised all of 
them. Besides nursing her off- 
spring, she has acted as foster- 
motber on three dillerent ocea- 
si<ms for other dog anothers wbo 
bad more puppies ttfaa th^ could 
take eare oL 

Buddy, a Shepherd (Csilie 
type) belonging to Mrs. Stoddard 
Porter of Grahamsville, N. Y , is 
still working for a living at the 
age of 16. He brings the cows 
home from pasture every after- 



noon. In addition, he has com- 
pletely eliminated woodchucks 
from the Porter farm. 

In Somerset, Pa., Mrs. William 
E. Griffith has a toy Black and 
Tan Terrier male, named Zippy 
now 19 years old. She told the 
Gaines Dog Research Center folk. 
"Zippy has traveled extensively, 
stopping at the very best hotels 
in the country." 

Mrs. Robert B. McKinley, of 
Federalsburg, Md., boasts that 
her 17-year-old mixed Tacrler. 
Buster, "can actually talk." She 
claims he says such words as 
"I'm hungry" and "I want to go 
out." This claim places Buster 
well ahead of the much-publicited 
English dog Ben who is said to 
be able to distinctly say^ "I want 
one." 

A white female SpiU. "Mldgle," 
owned by Fred Oertel, of Keo- 
kuk, la., had a litter of three 
healthy puppies in May. 1046, 
when she was 16 years old. On 
other occasions, when she had no 
puppies of her own, Midgie moth- 
ered a litter of white rats, s^e 
chickens, another dog's four piip- 
pies, and still another time simul- 
taneouslSr nursed a puppy and a 
kitten. 




Teacher— I wouU Uke to 
know why it ia that when- 
ever I leave the room for a 
short time and then return 
I find no one working. 

Jimmy — It is because you 
wear rubber heels, ma'am. 



**TM my wife say anything 

over the phone when you toU 

her I'd be detained a| the ^ 

fice and wounld't be home tul 

late?" 

"Yesa. she aaid, '€^ I ^ 
pend on that'?" 



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ASA O. MOORE (center) 
.of St. Alb.-!ns. Vt. Hat 
itecn relfcted at the 
'■typtrsi United State* 
rail'.- eonduotor" by a 
•latior .n^gaaine- Moore 
•la* 'cd with th« 

Centra. Vermont Aailtfray 
4or 40 /par* and i« prea- 
e.itly • ik-attr" of the 
avM> celcbra'cd irterna- 
tional trains. "Montre- 
aler" • and "Waahina- 
toman.' 

CU'TE SOME r;SH i» 
f.ryr'na Oell, stnrlet in 
.F.'.iO'r "CracViip", poaing 
ci' 1 r'st'er to s-lyte thi 
ae . . t cl T;-.: .".kLUivir.fl. 




NO UTTLE BLACK BOOK for Charlea B. 
Hooka, CMS.'e at the Nautilus Veterann 
Hospital. Miami Beach. Fla., who get* USO 
dincer Jeanne Bagley to write her name. 
?ddrrsa and phone number on hit cast. 
Jtanne'a a member of the Miami USO 
Variety Artists, one Of the many t'SO- 

< .ontored entertainment unite which bring 
S.10W* to the bedside of men in Army, Navy 
, nd VeUrans hospitala. USD, now campaign- 

ng for $19,000,000. will serve the war- 
' ounded as well as Gl'a at home and abroad 

< uring 1947. Watching the proceedings aro 
OSO singer Phyllis Eberle (left) and W. R. 

'.crtright. former Seabee, c# 1903 S. W. 17th 
Avenue, Miami. 



OOUCER— ChrMiiw Cdwr. 




lUnae Ite- William* Mid JMn Uhr 
-^^^ the m»h their tirtfcr i K «iw»ti 







B F F OP E 

CROSSING 



RAGGED^BOBIN 

Marcia D. Sinclair 

announces the opening of 

RAGGED ROBIN BOOKSHOP 

at its new location 

303 Laskin Boad (31st Street) 

on Monday, January 20, 1947 

Books Lending Library Gifts 

PHONE 1234 



FOR EXTRA MILEAGE 

GENESAL 



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lONE 64 



17th STREET 



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ROAD 

at 

Bicific Avenue 



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LITTLE 
STAR 



17th STIIBBT 

BetwtM 

Atlantic «iii 

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Prices Also Effective in Our New 

Colonial Super Market 

Las}.'n Road at Pacific Avenue 



Extra Large — Florida Sweet 

GRAPEFRUIT 4for23c 

ORANGES 10 lb 47c - 8 lb bag 41c 



Fancy Stoov - White 

Cauliflower hd. 19c 

California Firm Iceberg 

Lettuce, Ig. 2 hds 15s 

California Finn Iceberr 

Lettuce, ex ig. 2 hds 23c 

Kiln Dried — Porto Bican 

SWEET POTATOES 



Selected 



Fancy 



3 lb 31c 3 lb 25c 



HYDBATED 

DATES 



Fancy Orefon 
D'ANJOU 

PEARS 

2^Sfle 




Fancy Virginia Winesap 

APPLES 21bs23c 5lbbag6k 

L". S. No. 1 Fancy YeUow 

ONIONS 51bsl8e 5Ibbag21c 
Little Star Guaranteed Meats 

END CUT — LOIN OF 

PORK ROAST lb. 43c 



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,SCOURKLEEN 
Gals the Weed Seeds 

STRAW $PREAO« 
Scatters Straw Eveidy 

STRAW WIND ROWER 
MaIms »raw-Soving Em/ 

AUXkopHatveaier.. 
ofthehaneM! 

Siiietly and OaatBoAj it he* 
^^ shocking end thwshiog, and 

taught the new system <rf home harvesting. 
A wide tance of attochmdits increases the AU-Oop 
fi^tS^usefidness and versatiUty « 1^^ 
^100 different crops. We can •J^^KjJ^ 
these attachmeiits ope««e> «««?°gj^*°\f. T^ 
Seen that removes dockage and weed »«f vj^ 
^indrower that combines two swaths m onej«.^ 
w that tlie straw may be saved read%; and a SW» 
^.SSer that scatte^ straw bade on t6e »-°de^r 
t^^aking it easy to ptew under for sod-Voildiiig- 



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Fancy ^ , 

Slieed Baeon 
Ground Beef 

Saking — Dressed and Dr^n * 

Chickens 

(Vpstern Beef — Square Cut AA cr A 

CHUCK.^ ROAST 

Grade B — it) 39c 



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lb. 65c 
lb. 39c 

lb. 57c 

lb. 43c 



IVe^'.ern Beef — AA or 



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Grade B — it, 51e 




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Breast -Lc^ Backs -N^cks Wings 
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Home Decorator 

INTdUOn BXTBwan 

WiOI^VWlunsins " Floor Sandtag — PataiUw 
PAINTS rOR SALB 



TAA Aniotaited 

Airttne Aient: 

Tieketa Issued^ 

A further step in its ef- 
forts to pirovide inem)>er8 an 
ever-expanding travel service 
the Tidewater Automobile 
Association re<iently eccepted 



Phone 881 



Perry 



^j^foimtmtni M ngeni lor the 
anlo of airline tickets and the 
pla^ng of reservations. 

With only its members in- 
terest to serve, the associa- 
tion believes it is in position 
to offer fast, direct and eco- 
nomical routinips anywhere 
in the United States and to 
most places in the world. 
There is. of course, no charge 






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SHIREY'S j 

BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP 

Repair, Parts and Accessories 

LAWN MOWER SERVICE 

Hepair and Precision Grinding 
Telephone - Dw W" - "»«« »*»* 
nCK VP AND DSUVBRY SERVICi: 
MedlterMMMHi Avenwe Between l«h •»* l'*** **«*•* 




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W. URENN & SONS 

INVESTMENT DEALERS 

* 208-4 Bankers Trust Bldg., Norfolk 10, Va. 

AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS 

Keystone Cutodian Funds 

National Trust Funds 

Group Securities 

All Bank Shares and Municipal Bonds 

A personal investment service since 1908 
Phone Norfolk 25675 or Virginia Beach 1337-J 



J You G. ^rou9 Or Dsrm 

oar Hair Completes The Pic 



BEACH FLOWER SHOP 

1816 Pacific Avenue 

"Say It With Flowers*' 

YES! We do fill every sort of flower order. 

Wedding boquets — Corsages — Box Orders 
Hospital Bowls — Plants — Funerat Flowers 



Members F.T.D.S. 



Telegraph Florists 



SPECIAL THIS WEEK 
POTTED IVY AFRICAN VIOLETS 

. Telephone 1310 




Beach HlfhwiQf 
Imiiroveiiieiii 
Expected Soon 

Plans for widening the Vhr- 
ginia Beach Boulevard — to 
provide for dual lanes separ- 
ated by a center strip — are 
being rushed to completion 
so that, the first stage of the 
work, already authorized by 
the State Highway Commis- 
sion, can be completed before 
the Summer rush of traffic 
begins. 

This report to the Norfolk- 

"•ortsmouth board of the 

Tidewater Automobile As- 

)ciation, at its meotinir Dcc 

mber 12 in the Monticello 

Hotel, Norfolk indicated that 

the first project will include 

that portion of the boulevard 

between the Norfolk City lim 

limits and ThonJas' corner — 



for the service. 

The TAA is in position to 
Tiake air reservations, plan 
tours and issue tickets. 

Other travel services per- 
formed by the association for 
i members in addition to those 
pertaining to motor travel - 
include the making of hotel 
and railroad reservations and 
the arranging* of steamship 



The T. A. A. was inloraMd 
thtft the State Highway 
Commission hopes to com- 
plete the working plans in 
Februaiy and advertise for 
bkls in March. 

The City of Norfolk has 

completed its plans for the 

widening of Broad Creek 

Road, connecting with the 

boulevard at the city limits. 

but at the time of the board 

meeting these plans had not 

been approved by the' Fed- 

jeral Government, which will 

j pay half the cost. 

I The contract has been let 

'for the widening of U.S. 13 

Ifroni the Maryland line .south 

I to the Chincoteague Rpad, 

the board was informed. 

Where the Kempsville Road 

intersects. 

The State Highway Com- 
mission, further is prepar- 
ing plana for the widening of 
the Waterworks Road from 
the traffic circle intersection, 
with the military by-pass to 
Diamond Springs; and the 
the T.A.A. is asking that 
funds for this project be set 
up in the next allocations. 

Plans for the niillion-doUar 
three-level overpass at Port- 
lock, as well as arrangements 
for financing, have been 



IMmhIGmqIIm 
Tu EMmUiition 
Asked iaJtkA. A. 




cruises 



Parkinf 'IRMJ construe 
tion of a 4(^«Mnn)le inter- 
state highway netw<urk, re- 
view of trends in Federal Aid 
legislation elimination oj^the 
Federal gasoline tax, enact- 
ent by states of limited-ac- 
cess and roadside protection 
measures, and intensification 
of traffic safety activities — 
those are the biKhlixhts of 
the broad program of action 
adopted by motor club dele- 
gates at the A.A.A.'s forty- 
fourth annual convention in 
San Francisco, California, on 
November 13-15. 

The delegates recommend- 
ed that every state establish 
a special highway committee, 
representing all groups inter- 
ested in highway develop- 
ment, to formulate longr 
range highway improvement 
programs baaed on road 
needs, revenue, and total 
road costs. 

The A. A. A. also: called for 
a halt in dissipation of road 
revenues on routes of purely 
local interest; urging tighi- 



WHICH IS you? The elegant 
vision In tbe Jolin Frederics 
creation o^ chartreuse velvet and 
plumes? Or tbe demure miss in tbe 
practical top piece designed by 
Madcap? You ca£ be both, simply 
by shifting tbe scene from one mood 
to another, when your hair is a 
flqiible feature easily arranged t». 
suit any kind of bat or costume. 
Washed regularly with a liquid 
shampoo with bair conditioning ac- 
tion, your tresses take on a lustre 
and manageability that makes them 
easy to mold to tbe mood of any 
millinery, whether lavish or simple. 

Tbe John Frederics hat is a stun- 
ning example of the new "silhouette" 
style. A face framer with glamour 
galore, notice how the bair is ar- 
ranged in side bangs and neck bun 
to complement the flattering side 
sweep of the bat. 

Madcap's contrlbui:..i to tlue fail 
fashion scene is charming and prac' 



Pbolo$ by Drtttt 

the siae hair in iou;;a weather with 
its Buug but smart scarves. Both 



tical, a crocheted chapcau which hats call for beautifully groomed 



has style, warmth' and comfort. Be- 
cause it is crocheted, it can be 
pulled to fit tbe head, and the new 
side scarves attached to the cap can 
ita draped for warmth and style to 
Bult oneself. Y.'ora witb a feather 
cut, th:? ci.^ sivca a eatlerini front 
Vl€r cf V.3 ;i?'r.wh:!j ri'Otc-ctlr.T 



hair, the Frederics creation demand- 
ing hair that lies close to the head. 



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completed, the T.A.A. board ening of gasoline tax exemp- 

was told and the State hopes tion and refund methods ; de- 

to ask for bids in February, manded that state highway 

departments plan and an- 
nounce changes in route 
numbers well in advance of 
the travel season; recom- 
mended adoption of a world 
passport ; authorized legal 
action, if necessary, to bring 
about removal of road tolls 
in national parks; backed a 
rubber policy which would 
result in continued large- 
scale synthetic production 4 
use; and launched a program 
for protection of motorista' 
consumer interests. 

In the fiekl of traffic safety 
the delegates: supported the 
Action Program of the Presi- 
dent's Highway Safety Con- 
ference urg^d strengthening 
of club safety- programs; 
stressed need for greater uni- 
formity of traffic regulation* 
and traffic contfll devices: 
called for standiMzation of 
"no passing" zolMii; recom- 
mended that all high schools 
institute driver education & 
training programs ; favored 
adoption of pedestrian regul- 
ations, and recommended^ 
plans for greater safety af 
school crossings. 



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FORD PBIGES REDUCeb 



The Ford iiotor Company today, in a move to halt the spiral of mounfnig 
costs and prices, reduced the delivered jirice of Ford Cars from .?16.26 on 
some models to $54.20" on others. In making the announcenieni, Henry 
Ford 2nd, President of the Company said, 

• *' 

"AUl.o; 3rh more than one million of our custonwrs are 
waUiTi.:: delvery of Ford Cars at present pieces, we are 
imir.e.iia-e!.i reluc'nu Ihc price of every Ford Car, AVe 
I elieve that t>t; 'Shock trealne!^!' of prompt action is 
' needed to halt the insi'.np spira! of^ mounting costs and 
rising prices and to restore a ^ound base for the hopeful 
period cf post-war production we- are how cnlerins." 

We are hapny ir..lLt\l to make the abo\e arn.r.rju.'eMu-nt l.i ouv ni..riy cu. - 
tamers who have'p!:.cud ;:rdi'i-;; with us,1'^ >■ F, '•(! C;;:' ii'id liopt.' iha't ^i 
duction \vi!i ; e.init lus to I'dl your order in thL',ne:.r futiiiv!^ 



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fred Allen, radio comedian, has just written The 
Reynolds Pen Company: "my secretary is an octopus, 
on busy days it is exciting to watch her take dictation 
voith her thirty-seven notebooks and her thirty-seven 
tentacles holding reynolds pens skipping over the pages 
lightning-fast, hazel, my octopus, works in a large tmk 
uSiich i have in the office here and it uas she f^fi^^ 
found that your pen umvld write under water. (Fred 
has no capital letters on his typewritar.) 



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A young l^dy, telephoning 
a music store, was connected 
by mistake Fith a garage. 

"Dq you fcive Two Red 
Lips and ^v%n i^es'?' 
asked. 

"No," answered the gaiv' 
age, "but we have two toQi 
cats and seVen kittens."^ 

"Is that a record?" she aak 
ed. 

"WeU," said the garage, 
"we think it is." 




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limt of Business Association Outlined 



'ifeMMtanwd Iron pa«* om) 




!■ • Belter Bwlntw Ai- 
T 

it • non-profit oi«anlzation 

Aed by leading wholesale. 

financial, industrial and 

faoturing organisations in 

oOQununity for the fcdlowing 

) Fraud prevention 
i^) Fraud prosecution 
<«) Promotion of fair advertis- 

and selling practices. 

(d) Consumer education in 
ey management, in buying 

!|md in everyday relations with 
I fitness. 

S. Who may - become a member 
^f^ the Association? 

I Any person, firm, or organiza- 
1 tion believing in the subscribing 
t^ better business ethics is elig- 
i|We for application to member- 
sul^ject to approval of a 
d of Directors. 

|M tlie Better Biwincaa Asaoci- 
• local oivMilMtion? 

Yta, but it could become a 
iber of the National Aasocia- 
mf Better Business Bureaus 
fWopflrsting with similar Associ- 
in over 85 cities, excbang 
tnfomuttlon and reports for 
Iwieflt of its membership and 

fb troalil direei ihi ImhU At- 

4 iMiard of directors determine 
feneral policies, l^ese men 
without compensation and 
^Nnsent the many fields of busi- 
in which the Association is 

f. Pow would the Association 
rfcfve the PubUc? 
^ (a) Providing factual informa- 
'^|ion to inquirers. 

(b) Handling bona-fide corn- 
its by the public against mis- 
ipresentation, 

(e) Education in fiaud preven- 

(il) Promoting a i)etter under- 
brtween business and 
' *^» puUic. 

(•> Aiding in the prevention of 
and th prosecution of 

It) Promotion and develop- 




mene of fair trade practices in 
advertising and selling In all 
fields of business. 

9. How woold (he Aasoctetlon 
reach the pubUe? 

(a) By Radio talks exposing 
prevalent rackets. 

(b) Advertisements appearing 
in Newspapers an dother adver- 
tising. 

, (c) By talks made before busi- 
ness, social, educational and civic 
groups. 

(di By publicity released to 
the press oh particular promo- 
tions and unfair schemes. 

7. Would the Association be in- 
terested only the prosecution of 
those cases which are In violation 
of law? 

No, the Association believes in 
business protecting itself and jhe 
pii':lic by self-regulation. It tries 
by persuasion to bring about a 
correction of the objectionable 
advertising or selling practise. If 
persuasion fails it resorts to pub- 
licity. Peisecution is always a 
means of last resort. 

8. What Bervlceo would be ren- 
dered by the Association? 

(a) Meet with trade groups to 
establish standards for better ad- 
vertising and selling. 

(b) Eliminate unfair advertis- 
ing, which tends to dstroy con- 
stmj^r coQif^dence in all advertis- 
ing. 

(C) C^eck lofial advertising 
and radio continuity for accuracy 
and seek the cooperation of the 
advertiser when inaccur%cies are 
discovered. 

(d) Acceptance and adjust- 
ment of bona-fide consumer com- 
plaints, bringing about a better 
understanding between business 
and consumer. 

(e) Keep merchants informed 
of new legislation applicable to 
business and assist i n putting 



these regulations into practice. 

(f) Cooperate with Oovern- 
ment agencies to check fraudul- 
ent promotions and assist In the 
prosecution of offenders, when 
necessary. 

(g) Charity rackets, solicita- 
tion schemes and other promo- 
tions would be exposed. 

(h) Industrial posters exposing 
the more prevalent schemes fos- 
tered upon unsuspecting employ- 
ees are sent to members to post 
on employee's bulletin boards for 
their protection. 



9. Why should business 
the Association? 



support 



ta> Because It protects the buy 
ing public against misrepresenta- 
tion, deception and fraud. 

„ (b) Because it builds for legiti- 
mate business a greater good will 
by lifting suspicion from the hon- 
est and exposing the dishonest. 

(c) Because front purely a 
civic point of view it would pre- 
serve the security and good will 
to which all legitimate business 
is entitled, and which if endang- 
ered is dam,aging to you as well as 

the firm directly affected. 



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TW Beack Wafck SL 

~ EXPERT WATCH AND CWCK REPAIRING ^^ I 

314 - 17th STREET. VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 
Prompt Service AH Work Guaranteed All Work Done On Premises 
9 till 5:30 Phone, Va. BMch 1976 




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(across from the Bank of Virginia Beach) 

« 

We also carry a line of office supplies for your 
accounting and bookkeeping needs, 

BOOKS KEPT FOR SMALL & LARGE BUSINESSES 

I Office Phone 1770 Residence 356-J 

I Social Security Withholding Tax | 




FROM COAST TO COAST ... FROM BORDER TO BORDER 
BIG PROFITS and BETTER PERFORMANCE 

HAVE SPREAD 



F^pvtcirity Fop 's'. 

A oigliiy algnifirant devei.. i.ncni 
fH the faoair fumishines ticlii.s >s 
^ coming of age of modern home 
ings, accordiap to tfie lie- 
issue of House Beautiful 

E gwrr*""'' 

I *Ourmg the past fifty years a 
V IWV kind of American look has 
i ImW inev^atinfi^ and deyelopinft.'' 

flu article in the magazine states 
IP fart. "The new type Of design- 
]bV k*s gone througti ail tlie awk- 
paN iduuKS of adolescence - ama- 
trTliiini. ezperimentalism, copy'*>g 
oar European neigh'iors, and try- 
ijig to be different just 'to shfvk 
0f aenses. Now it has finally 
to maturity, and emetges 
permanent and iinif9<^. 
and professioTt^^i^jltnrh. 
^■Mful, and as eleganv a* ^ny 
ppeptnod of th*- past \ 

CWMSWcial manufacture at tKi<- 
tm (poop ol furnisliinK* htss U n 
arted and mil t>e snown to th<=' 
,,.aide Cor ti»e first time in Jmni!H:y. 
i ttlHy arill be offend to t\w pi<'>'ir 
" Ipr inadinr stores during *he la'ic? 
^1^ oC next year. 

/CoMnentiiifr on the np« 'icvt'iop 

Hooae Beautiful statcp: 

"la owning ctMitempurary Anr.cr 
faniitare, we need nn^ be uc 
<^ onr pbiaKiir in a tmei 
] wood, o*ir jo.v in the Umrh 
ttifl^mooth surface, and nui 
in fine proportion anr" 'u 
ive craftsmanship. As oui 
^led their aotiqueelutter . wt> 
fnrnitura whteh Is trnlv hi 
it and b^iutiful enough t: 
>e its new prominence." 






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BEST AUBANT & TAVCaiN OWNEBSi 



Wkm tjhc saaiter mamcmiatkMata fown 
to eoast convert Uuir bomUb to Pccsoaal ibtae, Ms 
U«e to CM out abowt k. 

Y«« get iht finest in ev^yiidmg in a Pcr- 
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nwre fictaei^ pi»yn ««ne*fiie« tke fccet 
The Siaaltr PSearcr Siypiy Unit, tke 
f er, civcs yon kk^ fidelity l<Me ^aality — Um beat mmme 
— iMMce aMwe pfatys — nMiKBMaey — fciggrr pcefiia. Y«i, 
caa pimre tius beyend aay 4mM. Simfh OOIIPASE ikm 
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the P. M. avtaanlk uapedaMe aiatcluaK. COIflPAttB afl 
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Pers<mal Mii«c Installations In Tliis Area: / * 

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County of Princes Anne: La RdneR^tauraiit Puritan Lundieoiiette Lymakkvem hm, eu 

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^ 'vnoniiA. 
IN THK cuouca Gmcm cm 
THE cractnr court op pbdi- 
OKs ANN15 coxjimr on thi 

9th DAY OF CODCBMBBB. 1846. 

OAKLEY UiONARD SMITH. 
PlalntiH, 
V. IN CHANCERY 

MARY DELORES SMITH. De- 
fendant. 
The object of the above suit Is 

for the complainant to secure a 



45 th ANNIVERSARY 

„ 1947 ^ j 



MORE FLAVOR 
PER CUP AND 

MORE 

CUPS PER 

POUND 

Than When 
Coffee Alone 



HOTEL. 
SPECIAL 



l«t«r mwnad into « (ttwro* • vin- 
culo OMtrimonll. upon th« iround 
of deMrtlon. from th« defMidftnt, 
If »ry Delttfes Smith. An afridivlt 
having been nwde aoeordlns to 
law t^at Mary Ddores Smith U 
not aVresldent of the state of Vir- 
ginia and that her last known 
Post Office address is 831 Jack 
Street, Brooltlyn, Baltimore 35. 
Maryland, it is ordered that she 
appear in the Clerk's Office of 
the said Court within ten days to 
protect her interest; and it is fur- 
ther ordered that a copy of this 
order be forwarded the defendant 
at her last known addrsa and be 
published in the Virginia Beach 
NewSy a, newspaper published in 
the County of Princess Anne, 
once a 'week for four weeks, and 
that a copy be posted at the front 
door of the Court House of the 
said Court on or before the next 
succeeding rule day. 
Teste: William P. Hudglns. Clerk 

By: L. S. Belton, D. c. 
Roy Smith, p.q. I34t 



li«r lnt«rMt In tM« wit- 
A C(MP(]r— Teste: 

WUllani P. Hudglns. Clerk. 
R. H. West. D. C. 
Robert L. ShniMon. p.^. 134t 






COMMONWEALTH OP VTOQIN- 

lA, In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the County of 

Princess Anne on the 9th day 

of December 1046. 

BIUJE- L. TREVBTT, Plaintiff, 

against 

BEATRICE O. TREVETT, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit Is to ob- 
tain from the defendant an an- 
nulment of marriage upon the 
grounds that said marriage was, 
never consumated. 

And an affidavit havelng been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant (Beatrice O. Trevett Is not 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
jit is ordered that she do appear 
'here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may toe necessary to protect 



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TAKE N1:TICE THAT THE Board 

of Supervisors of Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, will at its meet- 
ing to be held on Monday, the 27th 
day of January 1947. in the Super- 
visors' Room, at the Clerk's Office, ' 
adopt tlie following Ordinuice: 
AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE 
AND RESTRICT IM THE INTER 1 
EST OP THE PUBUC HEAETH, 
SAFETY, MORALS, C\ MFohi, 

rROSPERjTV And oemehal I 

Wf£fARE, the LOCATION CP ' 
P UILDINQS' AND OTHER 
STRUCTURES AND PREJnSES 
WITHIN THAT AREA C¥ PRIN- 
CESS ANNE COUNTY, VIRGI- 
NIA, AT CITY WATER WORKS 
KEMPSVILLB MAGISTERIAL 
DISTRICT. AND TO IMPOSE 
REGULATIONS DESIONATINO 
THE KimW OR CLASSES, CF 
IHUILDINO AND STRUCTURES 
WHICH Bi«AY BE ERECTED AND 
USED IN SAID SPACE, THE 
NUMBER OF PERSONS, FAMI- 
LIES OR GROUP UNITS TO RE- 
SIDE IN OR USB THEM, "niE 
PUPUC, QUASI -PUBUC, OR 
THE USE THEREOF, OR PRI- 

JVATB NATURE OP THE USE 
THEREOF, AND TO PRICVIDE A 
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION 
Airo TO PKESCRIBE PENAL- 
TIES P3R THE VIOLATION OP 
THE WITHIN PROVISIONS. 

I V/HERElAS, the Legislature of 
Virginia has authorized the Board 
of Supervisors of Princess Anne 
Ccunty, Virginia, within the limits 
of Said County, to esta'^lish zones, 
and to classify, regulate and re- 
strict the use of prop^y within 
such zones, and the zoning Com- 
mission appointed for that pur- 
pose has made a vreport to the 
Board of Supervisors, recommend- 
ing the establishment of a zone In 
that area lying on the South side 
of the City Waterworks, Kemps- 
vllle Magisterial District, bounded 
and described as follows: 

Beginning on the South side of 
the property belonging to the City 
of Norfolk at the waterworks and 
running back a distance of 300 
feet on each side of the right of 
way of the Kempsville Road and 
running along said road from this 
point to within 200 feet of the 
right of way of the Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 

ORDINANCE 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT 
RESOLVED, That within the 
above de$crit)ed zone; 

I. No buildings, structures nor 
piemises shall Ik used except as 
hereinafter specified, nor shall 
they be arranged or designed to be 
used in any part, except for one 
or more of the following purposes: 

<a> A residence designed for oc- 
cupancy o^ a single family, with 
garage or garage ajtartment per- 
mitted only in connection with an 
established single family dwelling. 

d:) Duplex Apartments. 

ic) The taking of boarders or 
i,he leasing of rooms Xnn a resident 
family. 

(d) The office of a resident pro- 
fessional business. 

(e) Churclies or otlier places of 
worship. 

(f> Schools or parks. 

<g) Private garage on same lot 
m or with residence and as acces- 
sory thereto. However, no business 
to be conducted in said garage 
and no garage shall provide space 
for more Uuu four motor vehicles. 

<h> Real estate signs advertis- 



prrmliiM on which they are imtlA- 
talned. 

(i) AooMsory uses customarily 
Incident to the above permitted 
usM and located only on the same 
lot or plot with them, including 
•mall professional signs. Except, 
as permitted above, accessory uses 
shall not include any use custo- 
marily required in connection 
with the business or industry, nor 
any drlvc\say or walk giving ac- 
ross thereto, nor jny display ul 



■c ods visible f:om ' 1 • 

',"0d3 suzha:, arc ni . 1 1, 

nc- any biirjuard ;:.r tKl' t;rn av-, 

n. No h-.;ilf:- ■ n e con- 

structed wirhuuL a iorrruc and ail 
applications for building perm. IS 
shall be made to the buiidin-j in 
spector and such app'icalion sljall 
be accompanied by pla:is in dupli- 
cate, showing the actual shape 
and dimensions of the lot to l>e 
built upon and the exact size and 
location on the lot of the build- 
ings, accessory buildings, the ex- 
isting use of each building, the 
number 'of families or housekeep- 
ing units the building is designed 
to accomodate and such other in- 
formation in i-egard to the lot or 
plot and the neighboring lots, as 
may be necessary to determine 
and ascertain for the enforcement 
of this ordinance. Cne copy of 
such plans shall be returned to 
the owner when such plans have 



of Uw ImlhUnf in^paetar, may ap- 
peal. as a matter of right to the 
Zoning Board of Appeals as pro- 
vided by law. The said Board of 
Zonlna Appeals may In appnnirl- 
ate conditions an^ safeguards, 
vary 'the apllcation of tlje terms 
of this ordinance with its general 
puipose and interest and in ac- 
cordance with general specific 
'rules herein contained. 

X. Tliis ordinance shill be en- 
forced ':y the building inspoctc:, 
a:.:put-. fm-)lovfPs, and any 



f Ills 



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inn I'ifty D. liars iSaO.CO',. 
<.-: ^ .. confinDrnp-U v\ jail for * 
; ;. ..i -'f not cy^'.'-rin,,; th rfy 
3Ci day.i ei'her or both. Each 
d?y of contluucius violation shall 
be considered j separa'e oITe:-Ki. 
Teste: WILLIAM F. HUDOINS, 

Clerk. 
By L. 8. EETTON, D. C. 



NOTICE OF PROPOSED 

CHANGE OF ZOBONG OBDIN 
ANCE IN THE TOWN OF Vl»OI- 
NIA BEACH, VIRGINIA. 



WH£aiEAS, the Zoning Board 
of Appeals of the Town of Virginia c i I 's 
Beach, after legal advertisement ' ^°"*™*"^^ 
for a public hearing, has recom- 
mended that all of Block Eight 
• 8) of Pmewood Park, said Block 



Coun^ Farm 
Income High 
For Past Year 



Nrarly doubUng their annual 
gross Income In comparison with 
1940. as reported by the U.S. 
Bureau of Census, Princess Anne 

County farm fam lies last year 
ini>duced ciops 3nd iivestjck with 
the rocprd value of more tlian 

vcnup vcill 
heavy den 
inr. rovf i.i; 

morliing wi f>n m.ite ids 
more plentiful, .iccording to a 
study released by the Tile Council 
of America. With every endustry 
anticipating greater business in 
the state than before the war, 
floor and wall tile manufacturers 
alone expect their sales here to 
triple in the next few years. 

"Increased sales of industrial 
products . mean hi turn a new 
level of prosperity for every local 
businessman and worker," said D. 
P. Frost, chairman of the Coun- 
Resldentlal Construction 



luidiiii') 11 
ind f,.r 
I's uurl 
1 m.ite 



i;i:ni r." 

ri--;iilt in i 
f/iimi 
,M > le- I 
become 



iUNDi^T OINHIi 



IHK tiiiiiiii. a eoanoa 1*14 aMl 
Hai-d«ni teiAtaM*. la on* of tM^ 
:no»« vt ra.tlle or all (ondt. Ttili »M- 
ssnt •mHiiDi fuod waa orliiaaUy •' 
native of Asia. Iral centnrtM am 
.ntHrpriKirm (Matea iatroducad tt 
to all parts of the world so that tl' 
hun btcoma universally nswl. Tka 
iirr»iii nop In the United States to< 
.tip rl IhH largest ever harveeia*.^ 
■••^ III f'Xtess nf two and on*" 
I i.ilu.ii pounrl^. This l^rge 
i! iiiis i» if'.ison ilile price. 
II. tiirff prinrlpal t#pet 
I lie wh te iipe<:let ueed 
I 11 iv tor cooking; the 
. i„ifn whpn small l» uaed 
, , ;,,'. Dill In the larger glis 
((iii^uived raw: men there 
ri 'I (If Spitn'^'h oiiloi which 
bci i 'sp of its swPeliiese It pr*- 
rti' I'll 111 4,lla(|«. I 

The g»-nerally acoepled vayt.nl 
■i:,iiia 'lie onion are In soup. creamed., 
and Id cooking rossta and eiewa. 
Raw onions are uied for a garnish 



irii 



lying along the Norfolk-Southern 

been approved by the building in- ' Railroad between Mediterranean 

spector. and Cypress Avenues in the Town 

ni. T'ne minimum construction of Virginia Ecach, Vi:ginia, be 

cost of any building to be used as , changed from Residence "3" to 

Business District and that Site 
Number One •!> on the Plat of 
Linkhorn Park, said Site being lo- 
cated at the Nortliwest corner of 
31st Street and Hclly Road in the 



a residence that is to be erected in 
this area, shall be $5,000.00. This 
figure shall apply to the actual 
construction cost of the dwelling 
unit, excluding cost of lot, grounds 
and garage. 

IV. No buildings shall ibe con- 
structed on any lot smaller than 
200 feet square. 

V. No dwelling house shall be 
constructed on any lot or site clos- 
er than 50 feet to Its boundary 
lines and NO garage or accessory 
building shall be constructed clos- 
er than 10 feet to any boundary 
line of any plot or lot, and no 
building shall be set closer than 



Volume of home modernization 
throughout the country will be 
greatly stepped up as result of the 
present rapid extension of elect- 
ric service to rural( areas, accoid- 
ing to the study. Heaviest re- 
modeling demand is anticipated 
for the installation of running 
water, t'l-ng of bathrooms and 
improving kitchen loyouls, Frost 
said. 

Mr. Frost also pointed out the 
need for replacing much of the 



,11 ' ' 



Town of Virginia Beach, Virginia, I ^^''^^^^ machinery on the 884, 
be changed from Residence "B" to ' '"°»^ "«*«'* '°'" ^^'^ ^"""^^ *" ^^e 
Business District; 

THIS IS, THEREF>3R£, to noti- 
fy all persons interested and citi- 
zens that a public hearing in this 
matter will be held at 8:00 o'clock 



1945 census figures. 'The demand 
for new trucks, tractors and other 
equipment, as well as for home 
remodeling, demonstrates the im- 
portance of the farm market and 

_ . . . . makes it one which no business or 

P. M., Monday. February 3rd, n^u,^^^,^, ^^ ^^,^^j ^^ ^y^^. | 



wtth cold iwati a{ we^)! *!'!» U|Ji 
bTmburTer sandwich They «re alsdj 
desirable In a salad to add aafor.^ 
The very small onlone are used fof 
p!i kllng and add to tbe novelty and 
appearance ol the bora d'oeuvre 
tray. The red onion when dipped la 
scalding water and then peeled may 
be used at a aalad with a French 
or wine vjoefsr dreulng. 

According to the A * i» fiervlee 
tor Home-Makers. onions may well 
be used tor teaannlDH. especially 
when It appears advantagunus t*", 
alter the taste ol another veBeiahle 
If the young fry balks at gpinach 
try chopping It moderately line, artil 
a aroail quantity ol chopped onion 
and cook In a sauce pan with an 
ordinary cream sauce. Another use 
lor the same chopped onloi would 
be In the coinmnuplaee iiiastied p» 
tatoea. The shallot, mild cousin of 
the onion, when chopped may b«> 
used In cooking Iresh peas, cau.ilug 
a change In taste lor one of Ameri- 
ca's most popular stand-bya. Onions 
can be grated on a coarse grater 
and the juice and pulp added to • 
niuyonnalse dre8.>lt % lor use wltll 
a lobster, shrimp, itlmoa or twW 
llsb salad 






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1947, in the Council Chamber In 
the Town of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, at which hearing any par- 
ties interested In said matter will 



look," he said. 



BEHEHBER THIS— 

BUY AT HOME 



so feet to the closest edge of the 1 have the opportunity to loe heard 
right of way of the highway or By ortier of the Town Coimcil 



street. 

VI. No buildings shall be moved 
in this area while intact or in a 
knocked down condition. How- 
ever, materials ol>talned from a 
demolished building may be used 
in the construction of a new house 
if approved by the building in- 
spector. 

vn. Any building, structure or 
use existing in the above describ- 
ed area at the time of the enact- 
ment of this ordinance, may be 
continued even though such build- 
ing, structure or use does not ccm- 
form with the provision of this 
o.dinance. Such existing non-con- 
forming use may hereafter extend 
through any parts of a building 
which were manifestly arranged 
or designed ifor such use at the 
time of the enactment of this or- 
dinance. No building, structiu'e or 
premises in the above zoned area 
on which a non-conforming use is 
superceded by a use permitted 
shall again te devoted to any pro- 
hibited use. 

vm. Should any section or pro- 
vision of this ordinance be de- 
creed by the Court to be uncon- 
stitutional or invalid, such decis- 
ion shall not affect its validity as 
a whole or any paft thereof other 
than the part so decreed to be un- 
constitutional or invalki. 

IX. Any persga aggrieved or 9i 



of Virginia Beach, Virginia, Janu- 
ary 6th, 1947. 

(Signed) R. A. JONES, Clerk 

It 





AUDITING 



HOTEL SYSTEMS viA 
CoBtn^. 



A. E. 



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AllllONS< 

Rt. 1 Box 27-B 

rJioae Vireinla Beach llll 



Warfield Leeke 

- ACCOUNTING 



Do you know that the federal law requires 
each individual, merchant and firm to keep reemrda? 

Bookkeeping is essential and if dime by my 
system will minimize and simplify your tax prob 
lems. . 



jing the sale or rental of only the fected by any acti(Ui «* dedston 



PLUS TAX 
€.00 X 16 



TRADE IN 

YOUR 

OLD TIRES 

FOR 

NEW GOODYEARS 




318 — 17th StMcA 



1213 



EXPEKT 
PAINTING 



We can make your car look like new. 
Worn away paint and surface sears 
will disappear with a paint job gudk- 
anteed to make it look factory-fresh. 

BODY WORK 

Doi],'t put off having that body work done. 
Make your car last longer by letting us 
make necessary repairs 011 any and ail 

t/pes (.f body and cha.ssis troublv}-.. . 

SEE OUR EXCELLENT USED CARS 
PHONE 1225 



Y^ow Chryski- - Plymouth Deider 

COATES IttOTOK COMPANY 



My tax library is complete and if to 
Your immediate and future tax proUcma gladly dis- 
cussed- 

7 ROLAND COUBT 

VIRGINIA BEACH, Vs. 

Oflkc TdeplMMic 1«$ Be*. Telephew MMS 



mmmmmmmmmmmm 



wmmmmm 



THE OLD JUDGE SASTS... 




DICK: " I saw one of the most interesting 
movie 'horls I've ever seen last night, 
Juc;e." 

OLD JUDGE: "What was it. Dick?" 

DICK: "It was one thai showed how, in the 
old days, mentally unbalanced people were 
throA-n into dark dungeons . . . chained to 
the walls . . . treated almost like animals. 
Not a thing was done to help tten. They 
were never cured like so many are today." 



OLD JUDGE: "The sante thirtg used to be 
true about alcoholics. Most of the time those 
poor fellows were thrown in jail... shunned 
by society. That was until scientist dis- 
covered that, in most cases, people dicto't 
drink to excess because they craved alcoiiaL 
They found out that alodKdks are really 
sick peo|de... usually steering from aome 
deep-rooted {diyaical. mental or eaxAknal 
maladjustnoent. Now that medical aaen know 
the r^ caxett of akso^Hima, great atrkks 
have been otade in oarmg it" 



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GENERAL 
fRANSFER SERVICE 
Ik W. TUNS. MMWier 



CLASSIFIED 



SmOllVM CBAMUt for OM 

«dvwttMaMnt of ao wonta or 
(•M. om USM Mo. ThiM ttniM 
I1.M. Uv ttm M wonta 1 
tbM S ewti • «or«: tluw 
UniM 1 1-S omtB. 
PtoMt count Um word* to ymir 
•d and Mnd remltUoM with 
ordar. TIm eoat of omryUag 
nany anwU Moounta li pro- 
hibitive. 



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HOUSE PAINTING 

DECORATING 
FIRST CLASS WORK 

GUARANTEED 
Crtlnatea Cheerfully Given 

r, H. S. DECORATORS 
Phone 272 W -r 133 



Barco and Pages 

CINDER and CONCRETE 

Iimnedtate Delivery 
BLOCK WORKS 

Ftione 137-R 

iadttenuMMi Md Norfolk An 
Vlrflnl* BaMb. Va. 



I iMtk Fill 

ft 

wi. Cimcnto Work 



BRICKWORK 

f09 Mrt of brick and cinder 
^ook work done. Alterations 
Mr new. 
BAIMf AD nione SIS-MX 

I » iK #»»*»* ♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 

Top SpU 

Atphalt Drivawayt 

J,F.BAUM 

CONTRACTOR 

Comar IS St. A Arctic Ave. 

Phfine 1266 

Repair BMtmcnt Laain 
» »♦ » »♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 

Baokkcepiof Aodltlnt 

^ ^ WARFIELD LEEKE 

■|tc| sii^eAM and Oontnds 
Plume 16S Res. phone 1546 



FORTKBBBaTin frosted Food 
Cabinets, Sizes 3cu.ft. to 30, See 
WALUU^E CLARK London Bridge 
phone 118 J 11 tf 



B. L. HARVEY 

PAINTING, GENERAL REPAIR 

Cor. 4th A ArcUe 

Virginia Beach, Viriinla 



TKLEPHONE OPERATORS 
BEQINNERS 

You will be paid while you loam 

Desirable Working Conditions 

Omrartunities For Advanemient 

Come in and discuss it with us. 

CHBSAFBAKS & POTOMAC 

TELEiPHONS CCMiPANY 

OF VIROINA 

SOa aand street. 



TBUSPHONB OFBRATORS 

BXPERIBNCBD 

.' J 

Increased Earnings 

DeslraMe Wolklng Conditions 

Opportunities For Advancement 

Cox^e in and discuss it with us 

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC 

TELEPHONE COMPANY 

O^ VIROINA 

302 — 22nd Street 



f^OTlslie* apartMMt tw rrat — 
beditwan. kitchen and private 
bath. Heated and all utiUUes 
ihimtohed. 305 - a6th street. 
Call aM5-W. limta 



worn SAU— Vanity waterfall 
dresser with large mirror. Also 
maple wing chatr with cushicm. 
Rea8(miUile. CaU 395-W for in- 
ftHrmation. Ita 

FOR SALS— Baby carrtage. good 
condiUon. tlS. 303 R. Apt. a4Va 
Street. Ita 



FOR RENT — Heated bed rooms at 
reasonable rates. 205 28th St. 
Phone aa95-W. l-l7-3ta 



FOR RENT— 3 rooms and bath, 
nicely furnished apartment with 
electrically equipped Icitchen. 
Reasonable rent. Marcella Cot- 
tage. 10th St. & Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 1276- J. l-17-3ta 



WANTED TO BENT— Year-round 
home, a bedrooms, furnished or 
unfurnished. Reply 450 Mary- 
land Ave., Portsmouth. 3ta 



fOUaAlJ! 
oil HMlan . . . Mw white 
porcdniii inlak. 

PkoiwlOKI 

GRUMPY*S 



WRENN DECORATORS 

Slip Cavers . . . Bed Spreads 

DraperiM . . . Vphoistering 

Samples and Estimates Vpmi 

Request 

248 W. 24th Street 

Norfolk. Virginia 

Phone Norfolk 36433 



FOUND — Small black puwjy. 
Cwner phone Va. IBeach 801. 

Its 



FMiaa Avwva. op- 
poidta has tannlnal. «n Thurr 
day. HMBUton pocket w»toh. 
Raward if returned. Call aaMW. 

Ita 
.1 

FOR aAL»-«rand new Purlins 
beer tap. nmna l^rglnla Beach 
•lOWl-a. It 



PDA RAUt— HollywoQd bed Umer 
aprtng mattteas, almost new. 
tao. CaU 1310. . It 

JOB 

PRINTING. 




FOR SALE— 8-piece dining room 
suite. M^ be seen by appoint- 
ment. Call 1767-J. Ita 



iltlilipNS t AtMARTY 

Pafifflffg Cairtraetan 
H|WiW> Pitofar, Uaia ar SbmU 
' ' ABf JM> Wrtfffwif 

fbOtie 1563 -^ Night 1144-J 



Men's Bible Class 

Presbyterian Church 

36th and Pacific Ave. 

9:45 a.ni. to 1G:45 aun. 

EVERYBODY WELCOME 



SPENCER SUPPORTS 

CAU. 
Mrs. Rank F. SnUtb 
Reglstred Dealer E^iooa latT 



FOB 8ALB— Porcelain sink and 
dralnboard. Galvanised smoke 
stack with springing ventilator 
hood. Call Sundial. It 



FOB SALE— White porcelain coal 
range, warming oven and resar- 
voir. Also warm morning heat- 
er. Call a399-W. Ita 



FOR SALE— 4 thousand sq. ft. of 
corrugated iron siding, 2 ft. by 
10 ft. Bennett Motor Co., 17th 
& Baltic Ave. tf 



FOR SALE— Tip Top Hot Blast 
Coal Heater and man's wrist 
watch. Both good condition and 
reasonable. Phone 828-W. Ita 



( MEN'S BIBLE CLASS ) 



ScJto VliviRiB BcMk 

■^ ^ Phone 1197 



Unnhaven 



Phone 44889 



l4nuAav«B Electric Service 



Water Systems and 
Iwstsllstlon. Service. Bivair. OU 
ApiiMsnffi 



i f" 



WITCfiWOOD 

BEST BONE 

jPor those who wish excluslw 

mnsEOundinga with nursing care 

Qpea-^ear round, 35th ^reet «ad 

flKlfic Ave. Virginia Beach. Va. 

Re fe rences Exchanged 

mmESLAL CONTRACTING 




Walk — 

— Briok Warii 



18M-W f. E. FttOUctm 



HARDWOOD 



Coidwood 

FOR 8AIC 
Cut to Length 

SSdephone 14i4-M Wrginia Beach 
or 120 Princess Anne 



mea'sBibk Class; 

Methodist Church * 

* ISth and Atlantic * 

' MaraU Kelhun, Teachek- * 

* mmUfH>Y WELCOME * 

*' » *«*4>«**« 



FOR SALE— Ten cent store fix- 
tures, counters,' shelving and 
sign holders. Apply Seamans- 
Thompson Five and Ten Cent 
BUae, Va. Beach, during the 
day or call liCr. Seamans, Va. 
Beach 425- J nights. l-17-3t 



PLANTATION SUPPER CLUB 



DINNER DANCING 



Featuring 



BILL OREEUrS 



COTTON PICKERS 



Dinners 



$1.25 UP SERVED 
FROM 7:00 pm 



Dancing 

STARTS AT 9:00 pm 
$1.20 PER COUPLE 



ON SHORE DRIVE AT LYNNHAVEN INLET 
PHONE Va. Beach 650-J-l — ^ 



First 
Baptist Church 

( Meeting every Sonday 0:45 ) 
( A. A. BOGEBS, TEiCBEB ) 
( 17th * Arctic Ave. ) 

) 



Weleome 



) 



NOT ICE 

Notice is hereby given that we 
have appointed G. W. CAPPS 
our agent for the sale of our 
fertilizers in Creeds, Virginia, 
and vicinity. 

F. S. ROYSTER GUANO ^ 
OOMPANY 



FOB BENT Furnished bed room 
with lavatory in room. Auto- 
matic heat, hot water. 314 22 St 
Phone 1472-J after 6 pan. 133t 



Camplate Coverage 
HeanttsHtaMon . anrgical aeddcat 
Dwinding Coounercial Passrwfwr 

Manes 
For jBfarmaHon' catt 
Mra. P. O. Wtthers. 217-#. 

SZnd and AOaaik 

FOB RENT: Building 40 z 60 
(no posts) Suitable for wood w 
machine shop; Cleaning shop, 
tent & awning shop, plmubing 
& heating supplies, etc. Locat- 
ed Cor. Laskin Blvd. & Ocesma 

Road. Call 51-W-l. 1103ta 




IXaroiG repairing, reg- 

..Romjk service. Drop 

^4ksr Cbristensen, 1250 

Woodlawn, Bio^ Creek Vil- 

1213121 



furnished 
IS j^u-Uy furnish^ 
,^'liadnMigps or amre. For 
swHid Inae. starting May 

tf 



WANTED: Settled aanpetaot 
white woman to keep house for 
couple who work during day. 
comfortable quaiters &.^ongen- 
ial surroundings for right per- 
son. Address P. O. Box 76. Va. 
Beach, Give run particulars. 

1103ta 

FOR SA1£. 1,000 feet "Bradley's 
pre-finished hard wood oak 
flooring. Call Paul deWitt, 12th 
& Ocean Ave. Phone SO. Ita 

FOB BENT, housekeepim: rooms 
and bedrooms fumisbed, heat 
ed, continuous hot water, apply 
305 - 24th Street. llOSta 




Shortlwiid and Typint 

INSTRUCTION 

irBCIALIBlNa 

■nom wBcnNO * 

Un, Janea a Barraa t^kph«M Uf-W-4 



OSBORN CONSTRUCTION CO. 

JOG OSBORN & SON 

OWNERS 

Oceana, Virginia 

Hauling & Dirt Fill 
* Manufacturing BuiMing Btocks 

• All Kinda'of Concrete Work 
• Septic Tank InstallatiiMi 

* Repairing and Cleaning 

Pliona 1184 Rm Phona no« 



W, W. Otm, Jr. 



Bn. 1866 



COX FUNERAL HOME 

WGSTOVER and MANTEO 
— NORFOLK 



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p^W*' ^■•*j*WH^ ;^B1R •>'^Hn: j^M^fc^.44Wt .■'■^■■'fc -"^WWi .'-^mPi 

W. C. JOHNSON 

REFRIGERATION 

Equipment and Repairs 
HOUSEHOLD — COMMERCIAL 

Admiral — Westinghouse — Frigidaire 

PHONE 1465 



...Its not 
so simple 
today, Ben 



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B 



Bayne Theatre 



OPENS DAILY 2:00 P. M. 



FRn>AY and SATURDAY , 

THRILL OF BRAZIL 



Svelyn Keyes 
Ann Miller 



Keenan Wynn 
Allyn Joslyn 



SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY 

GALLANTBESS 

Marshall Thompson Cteorge Tobias 

Clem Bevins ^ "Bess" 

WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FimiAY 
and SATURDAY 

THE JOL^N STORY 



Lanry Parks 
WiUlam Demarest 



Evciya Keycs 
BUI Goodwin 



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EN FRAN^CLIN, born 241 years ago this month, brought 
electricity down to earth with a kite and a key. Fortunately, 
there was no shortage of kites or keys. ^ 

But it isn't so simple today p bring electricity to the increas- 
ing thousands of rural and fai-ini homes where it is wanted and 
needed. We can generate — instantly — all of the power needed. 
Eut we can't bring it to you with kites and keys ... it takes 
meters and poles, transformers and wires . . . and Inany other 
I'lai'crials and cqiiiltmcnt which are still on the cri:ic«l shortage 
list. True, some are available at some times, but each is inter- 
dependent upon the other to complete service lines e.xtencions- 

If you are among the seven thousand applicants in Vepco- 
land for electric service, we are grateful for your patience, and 
we promise to fill your request in the order of receipt, just as 
soon as essential materials are available. RedJy plays no favorites 



WANTED TO KENT: furnished 
house, 2 (bedrooms or more. For 
year round lease, stuiilng May 
first. Phone 517-J. ll^ta 

FVRNIsmD for housetceeping 
thiee rooms private bath and 
raitrance. Hot water, oil l^at, 
also one bed room for couple. 
2304 Paciffic Ave. or call 928-W 

iiesta 




At The Roland 

OPENS DAILY 3:06 P. M. 



FRIDAY & SATURDAY 



G-I WAR BRIDES 



Anna Lee 



Harrj' Davenport 
and 



James EUison 



CORPUS CHRISTIE BANDITS 

(A Western) 
SUNDAY and MONDAY 

JUNIOR PROM 



Freddie Stewart 



Jww n?^9ser 



Judy Clarfc 

BORDERTOWN TRAIL 

(A Western) 
fl^BSOAY, WEOKIESOAY and THURSDAY 

BLACK MARKET BABIES 



Ral^M«san 



JaymeUasai^ 



ffanf RMtmond 



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Virginia Beach I!em0 



Vol. 



Mfca 
22 



No. 12 



A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Princeis Anne County and the S tate of Vur|fe^. 



VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



JANUARY 24, 1947 



SOfGLB COPY to IS.I9 dm T1A» 



imsm^tmm 



OFFICERS ELECTED AT ANNUAL 
RED CROSS DINNER MEETING 



B. W. Chaffee was xa-alected 
ohalnnan of the Prtnoeaa Anne 
County C)uu>ter of the American 
Bad OroM at the annual meeting 
Uda waak In the andttorium of 
ttM ^nrglnla Beach Fresbyterlan 
Chuivh. 

Alw elected, in » unanUnou» 
aaceptance of rnominatlni oom- 
xUttee wport. ware: Robert JL. 
aiinpion, vice ohabman: mw. 
WUltrd Mhburn. lecretary. and 

Jr. jowSw. aP"»»"' *""f*^' 
■icouUve board membera elect^ 
to: Dr. D. C TWO. Clyde P. 
NiobolMm, Mra. Haxry O*"*"-^ 
Fater Hol^«» ««» «*»•» "^"^ 

Chaffee announced th^ Clyde 
P. Ntehotaon. recwaUy named aa 
Unm enitaeer for Virginia Bew*. 
^d be general chairman of the 
^Apter's annual drive. The goal 
wlU be $10,600. 

The chapter chairman said in 
his annual report that home sex- 
vice work, primarily assistance to 
war veterans, developed last year 
into the chapter's top activity. He 
also said that James Kontapanos. 
fchairman. and Robert Simpson, 
co-chairman, had reorganized 
their disaster preparedness pro- 
gram In recent months and were 
ready to respond to any emergen- 
cy. 

Thanking department chair- 
men for their work. Chaffee stog- 
tod out Mrs. K. C. Johnson, cliah- 
nian of volunteers, for her long 
wrvice to the chapter, and noted 
that the canteen corps, hsaded by 
Mrs Martha Hull and Miss Mary 
I4)u «uflaker. had prepared and 
served the dinner preceding the 
tnnual meeting. 

Bntertainment at the meetUig 
consisted of a new technicolor 
movie of Virginia Beach by Joseph 
executive secretary of 



4-H Clubs In 
County Elect 
1947 OlHcen 

The 4-H Club work promisee. If 
U has not alrei^ done so. to be-' 
come the greatest youth organl- 
aatlon ha this oounry. It will be- 
come the greatest organiiatlon 
•because the dub, instead of mere- 
ly seeking to anpe Its membara, 
has a €i»\n for Uvhig . It hi^s a 
useful, ocnstructlve profram f 
Uted In an Intensely pracUoal way 



The first oonoort of Um new 
year to be glvea by the William 
and Mary Conwrt Seriea undw 
the direction of Mxa. Cometta 
Orahn Hanooek wDl Iw, ae no r dt ng 
to releases, "acmethtng mw la en- 
tertainment. 

A eMtrotpoUtan €fpm% mmmMn. 
cansUtlm of Jan^ Mnrotna. so- 
prano. Hertha^^Bu, contralto, 
Raoul Jbbln, tenor, and MarttiU 
fflnghv. bariton, wUI to praanted 
in ceneart at tiie Canter Thaater, 
Norfolk, on Umitasr, January VI. 
■aeh numbtr wIQ ba la eoatume 
and enUre aoenas tnm faJnlUar 
vrorki will to pn—iail. whMh 
to the life of lU memben. FourH giw the inters aa ^nnrtunlty 
Club members nuke play out of (to dww OmIt siila w aeton. The 
their work but together they build ctalpafo atan «aya of tbani: ". . . 

Achiever iha miwIiiiIj iraposslMe 
and turned aa agmttSo concert 
Into a ml arliatlB weoeas . . ." 

Individaal eoneart tickets are 
avallaUa and laswsslltiiii may be 
made I9 ealAni Mrs. Cornelia 
Orahn Banewft at the office of 
the WHflam <and Mary Concert 
Series in the Menttedlo Hotel hi 



CONCERT SERIES TO PRESENT 
METROPOLITAN OPERA QUARTET 

$353,898 Spent on 
County Roads in 46 



(OB- a greater farm Industry bi this 
nation, an hidustry that wlU b«- 
oome progressively greater be- 
cause of the Intelligence and the 
study that Is being applied In the 
development of the 4-H program. 

H. W. Ozlln, County Agent, an- 
nounces that the Princess Anne 
Clubfi are getting off to a fine start 
for th^ 1047 program. All of the NorMk^ 

cluii3s have elected officers and are , . 

now receiving appUcations for ajf„„5^ cn„'L. C!4»J2^« 
membership. Recent meettags held, M1181C LfllD 91110168 
by the different clubs show the 
following officers elected: 

Creeds Senior 4-H Club: -^oy^^ i P«|>ni»#| Jj^ VirVnt 
Etherldge, president; Dan Spence. | UlCri-C Ob J^gJ F** 
vice president; Ruth Prances Wil- 1 
Hams, secretary, and lankford , 
Bffalbone. reporter. Mr. J. C. Brad- 
burne is the leader of this club, 
and there were 30 applications 
for membership. 



iDance Forms of 



^^f 



Creeds Junior 4-H Club: Nancy 
Williams, president: Arleigh Wa- 
terman, vice prei^ident; Frances 
Mae Williams, secretary; and Bil- 
ly Dozler. reporter. Bonny Bwdl 
Is song leader. Mrs. Philip Bonney 



The Virginia Beach Mudc Club 
met at the home of M^ S. B. 
Harden, on 3Bth Street, January 
17th, at 3 o'clo^ with Mn. Bus- 
sell Oimbert as cD-hostaas. 

The program was dance forms 
of ancient classification, early 
Egyptian and Oreek modes and 
their inffoenix upon the voiki of 
other composers. 

Mrs. Raymond Prltebard, pro- 
grasB ehaarman, presentad Mrs. 



a«r„iii oxBcntive secret..* w. ^ t*»e leader of this club and Mrs. j^^X Vaaflas and Mta Catherine 
♦1. Thamijerof commerce, and Bessie BeU is the sponsor in the Kontapanos, of Norfolk, and Mtes 
byaNegro spiritual quartet, school. There were 48 appUcatlona Constance Bontapanoa. of Vlrgl 



ex 
Mr. 

the 



Special appreciation was 
l^eaied by Mr. Chaffee to 
DrvIs and the trustees of 
ftesbyterian Church for the pri- 
vilege of holdh^g the meeting In 
♦be church. 



Tides and Sun 

JUM CALENDAR FOB 

VXBOINIA BBACH AND 

CAFE HENRY 

(Reported by U. S. Weather) 

Bureau. Ci^e Menry) 



for membership. 
Oceana Junior 4-H Chii\>: Kath- 

uceaua «u*..w. irarmlt tSOXdlngS Of QTBA danCO tBOtS. 

erlne Meeks, president, Kermw _T^ _ _^^_ _ . „ ^ 
eriMc incE>», ». ... ,^u«..« Mrs. Lonte Boyd Rofr'nffn 

'^' ';•• '*"' I'M^LiS, 'P»^t. Uto-trated^ dalln^i the 
McCloud, secretary; Henry K«a. !r^ ,_ ^ ,^_ ^ , ^ 

reporter, and Joanne 



nia Beach, who moatrated the 
Greek dances, accoihi»nled by re- 



TIOE 


CALENDAB 




Date 


f ^igb 


Lev 




EH 


Jan. 24 am. 
Jan. 24 pjn. 
Jan. K ajn. 


9:07 


2:51 


. .- 9:24 


3:32 


. . ._ 9:42 


3:29 


Jan. 25 pjn. 


10:08 


4:08 


filtn. 26 aJn. 


_ 10:22 


4:13 


Jan. 26 pjn. 


10:48 


4:4« 


Jill. 27 ajn. 


.... ...11.08 


5:03 


Ma. 27 pjn. 


1-11:41 


5:32 


Ao. 2g ajn. 





8:02 


Jan. 28 pjn. 


12:00 


6:24 


Jan. 29 ajn. 


.12:42 


7:12 


Jin. 29 pjn. . 


1:02 


7:23 


tma. 30 aJn. 


- 1:48 


8:24 


Jan. 30 pjn. 


2:08 


8:29 


Days of 


^on 


Sun 


Week 


Rises 


Sats 


rtuaj 


7:13 


5:20 


eatauOaj — 


7:12 


5:21 


^Banday 


7:11 


5:22 


pionday 


j„ .... 7:11 


5:23 


«nwsday — 


.. 7:10 


5:25 


Wedi^day 


.._... 7:09 


5:26 


Ttnusday — - 


.._..,. 7:08 


5:37 



To obtidn tides of high or lo* 
mtntx from abwe tim^: Ijmn* 
|ha«ea Iztlet, add M aiinutes: 
Oeeui inew, add ^ minutes; Old 
jg^^u add ^ ramutffl; Or^coo 
fnkA, subtract 45 minutes. 



Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Kilby, 
Jr.. announce the birth of a son, 
(ttmrd B. &(A\iy, m. on Jimuary 
11 at the Johnston-WilUs Hospi- 
tal. BichBK>nd, Va. Mrs. Kilby is 
|be farmer Miss Nancy Withers. 



fb-. and Mrs. WUliun HoUo- 
aMW Bxuomtoix tibe irirth of a 
4Hi^ter <ai Januaiy 18 at the 
asfM aimi^ai in Hoa^ilk, Mrs. 
is tiie fonaerlias BtaD-l 



song leader. Mrs. Thomas Braith- 
waite is the leader of this club 
and Mrs. S. B. Myers U the spon- 
sor in the school. There were 60 
applications for membership. 

(Oceana Senior 4-H Club: Joyce 
Whitehurst, president; Stanley 
Wilson, vice president; Elane My- 
ers, secretary; Reed Godfrey, re- 
porter, and coral AUen, song 
leader. Mrs. Ira McCloud is the 
leader of this club, and Miss Mar- 
garet Bailey is the sponsor in the 
school. There were 15 applications 
for membership. 

center 4-H Club: Glenn Mc- 
Clanan, president: Vhrginla Bage. 
vice president; Margaret Fentress, 
secretory, and Julius Sandler, re- 
porter. Mrs. H. C. BtoClanan is 
the leader of this club, and Miss 
Ulhe'B. Woodhouse is the spwi- 
sor In the school, "niere were 22 
applications for membership. 

Kamwvllle Junior 4-H Chib: 
Catherine Israel, president; Ruth 
Meixel. vice president, and Mary 
Bland, secretary. Mrs. D. I*. Davis 
is the leader of this club, and 
Mrs. Mary Buzzy is the sponsor 
in the school. There were 61 wwU- 
cation? fm member^p. 

Kempsville Senior 4-H Civ's: 
Spivey. president; CharkHite Ann 
^um, vice prudent; Dokwes 
Loipton, secretary, and Edward 
DeFord. reporter. Mrs. B. P. Hum- 
phiies is the leader of this club, 
aiul Mrs. Louise Lee is the spon- 
sor in the school. There were 15 
apxications lor monbership. 

Bayside 4-H Club: Luda ^x, 
president: Raymond Povey, vice 
president: Elizabeth Rockey. sec- 
retary;rJo Ann Harmon, reporter, 
and Jeannette Singletary, song 
leader. Mrs. Noah Tice is the l^ul- 
er ol this club, and Mrs. Margaret 
Fischer is ttae sponsor in the 
school. There were 58 applicatiOhs 
for membmtthip. 

All applicants have been a^ed 
to get timr enroUm^ats in as soon 
as possible aiMi all runU toys and 
girls w1k> wouU like to get tl» 
4-H training have beoi Invited to 
mrtldtoMte tai ttw 4-B Ctol> to 
1M7. 



Hughes, i<3reek scale and Its development 
Others talcing port In tha program 
were Mrs. lowre WixSas, Mrs. 
Maclin Bhamons and Vln. London 
HHSard, giving legends and his- 
tory of Gfxtxk auaie. 

Mrs. Oimbert and Mrs. Harden 
presented the hymn "O Sacred 
Head Now Wounded," daUng to 
the yean lOBO io 1113 when It was 
translated. 

At the conclusion of the pro- 
gram tea vas aervcd by the hos- 
tesses.. 



Richmond, Va.— Bxpoidlture of 
1383,881 for aaeonHary road hn- 
piovemmt In Prioceaa Anne Co. 
during 1948, much of which went 
for the stabmiatlan of some 50 
mllea of school kw routes, was 
announced this wedi by ^le State 

Highway Commiaslm. 

Work done In frlneess Anne, 
highway offhstals igld. was part 
of a raoord 119,009.000 secondary' 
road program carried out last yeaar 
h) line with the commission's goal 
of bringing the entire secondary 
system of tht State up to an all- 
weather standard. Concentration 
on school bus and RFD routes was 
In accordance with a resolution of 
the 1946 General Assembly, call- 
ing for action to make these roads 

patoable the year round. 

figures released for Princess 
Anne County showed that ten 
miles of road were "heavy" sur- 
faced (receiving up to 500 tons of 
stabilizing material per mile); 19 
miles were "light" surfaced (200 
to 500 tons! and IS miles "spot" 
surfaced. A total of 35,000 tons of 
crushed stone, sand and gravel 
was used on the county's secon- 
dary system during 1946. 

Commenting on the work, a de- 
partment spokesman said that 
"many miles of both primary and 
secondary roads remain to be im- 
proved." He added, howev^-, that 
twice as much was accomplished 
during 1B46 as In any previous 
year, but said that'lnach of this 
went into deferred maintenance, ' 
hdd over from t^ war years. The 
program will b^ Intendfled this 
year, he explained, with the goal 
set at eventuaOy completing the 
job of "getting Virginia ont of the 

mud." 

Other figures on the 1946 pro- 
gram in Princess Anne showed 
that more than 44 miles of sec- 
ondary highway received orii^nal 
hard surfacing and that 33 miles 
of existing hard surface were re- 
treated. 

During the year, 22 i':ridge8 on 
Ih? secondary system vere repair- 
ed, the department reported, and 
ditching operations, desitfied to 
ln.«ure more aequate ifjpinage, 
were carried out for 65 



Drivers Musi 
Observe School 
Bus Laws 



Several hundred school children 
of Princess Anne County are be- 
ing transported to and from the 
pubUc schools of the County by 
school buses. It is the respanaihlll- 
ty of every dtisen of the comiaa- 
nity to see that these pupOs reach 
school and return home with the 
maximum amount of protectiim. 

Special laws designed ta Inaore 
the "nttty of thaw chUdran are 
(1) which requires all traffic to 
stop at a school ibus whfle It is 
taking on or discharging school 
children whether going In the 
same or {Htpoalte dliediaQ, and (a 
remain stopped until aU children 
are clear of the hlgfaww: O 
which requires all aehooB haws ta 
be equipped with a warning de- 
vice to Indicate to the mototiata 
when buses are loading or aalaad- 
Ing children on the highway. 

"This device," the Department 
of Education explalnnl. "is a big. 
red, flashing light, located on the 
left front and fear of the Inu hody 
and motorists are required by law 
to obey the school bus traffic light 
in the same manner as a city traf- 
fic light." 

Another section of the Motor 
Vehicle Code iarovldes that the 
failure of any such bus to have 
or operate such traffic devices 
shall not relieve the operator of 
any motor vehicle from the duty 
to stop at or before passing a 
stopped bus while it is takUig on 
or discharging school childri 



'''^v^J!* Named To Many Volunteer to 



Accit^jd High 
School for Year 



Help Humane 
Associa^n Jkbm 



Iv the Southern 

ar Beeondaiy Schools 

tliat for the tifent- 

yav Oceana hts 

aeeiedltad. This la in- 

a the Southwm 

la Uw highest lyxved- 

Wv g nganliatlen ta the SouUiT' 



leth 
ania 



the 



waa flnt aeeradN«d l>y 
Aauelatlon ta 1898. 

eartatn defisl^ re- 
irtdeb a n hfoi aiuat 
II wmiM Moadited 



19 tHe 

1. The prin el p a t amt have a 
[Mtart Oapw tnm a collefe 
whMi la w eo guli aa bv the Sduth 



1^.1 



E. R Crockett, lr| 
Opens Real £f^ 
Offices atBaaci ' 

The north end of Virginia Batch 
now has a real estate ihrokqr vttb 
offices at 303 La^in Road. Mr. B. 
P. Crockett. Jr., who came to the 
Beach with hli XEUhfly to mglot 
his home g yegir aK}» ha^ d^ciiyd 
that ther0 is a luturp la Vlfl|^^ 
Beach real estate and inttn4i lo 
devote all of his tla|e in t^ di- 
rection. Mr. Crockett fti i(»mti- 
ly a traveli^ maauf»e|uter's a^- 
ent. 



Vliis HapNriiig 

: ly yjj ^Mim j^Ry»igr; 
^OW that you've 
siin wy-pqom, h9fr«l|»f^u1 
^ > wihaJ«?" 

Uprstream Vi/dtor: *'ji|ii^» ^^ . 
it's pretty good, aga rof^Jlif Jb 





a. Uw sehool Btast employ a 
MD-tinw Bhnrlaa. 

S. The achool must spend at 
leart one dollar per pupil each 
year for inoks la the library. 

4. Two^hlrda af Ito taaehefs 
must bold degreag fmm eoUeges 
reeognlisfl Iv U»e BoaUierti A«- 

socUOon. :{ 

. . • I 

5. A ndnfmum Of 00^ dollar piir^ 

pupil mui^ be speoX aa«quipmeqt 
in the Qeiaw^ Depotiwitt. 

These reqair«iaiBq|s aift well tk 
others have feeen aiet by Oceana. 



Boy Scout Week 
Scheduled Feb. 7 



«e. peMenl. ta» 
organBtlea «■•= 



The Prlncesa Anne 
BIgli flehool has Just i Society, under the d^prt l n a 

Mrs. R. Lee Page, 
completed Ita 
plana for the drive fgr 
fimdH vhlch WlU atart 
1st: <^d,w»ble tattereat haa 1 
shoi^ m'^%9_ organigtng oC 
W> aiW 






intoreiii 



the saqsias (if Ihe organlwrtlan 
tasured. titt^Jife aeing — " 

oontrttntlaMa 






with rtm^&, 

and vohinte^'haVe offered 

services U^alil to. ^^ 

]y«n. I^a.p^ea t». . 
|a^t «J^th*i 4a »i folwiUiiw 
ol dliiHUi w^f> are tntenalpl 
dogs, and If any dog lover ti 
terested m gkUpg In the woHc 
la reqaosted to' (mQ Mr*. Fafo ar 
Itr. Oraywm ^f^Wia. 

Thj» fplkifli^ pefpooa Ian* 
vdUihtegrwl ta iU4 In the wfllfc «r 
the associatton; 

The Mesdamea R. Lee Page. W- 
S. WUder. Oraysoi) lyi^ls. aoaH 
Hathaway, Asl^ Jerdcliia. Hdna 
Armstrong, W. L. Murphy,_ A^ 
Robert Johnson, Lambert. tL ^ 
SUnpaon^ Slntti SiOmM. 3ur BL 
qoade,.K. ^.. yiahp^qa. ,9wliM 
Morgan, PTed B^u, . lea Jflfka- 
rtdge.^ nivh Oondlre. AUo- dir 
Misses deWitt, Mary ohitt' ' 
Dolly Patch, and ftoitf tynoiiaTi 
Mrs. Jane Syer;V"r" « .'''* 

Among the meiif'#h<f ha 
untemi*tmt'ieiii6«i a^ 

SUnpson, MJ^i^hjill&i/tk^ 

son WUUs, R. tt^vm^diil^: 

f < i III ' • I 



i^ i 





B Is Oie o^tan'a lamat birth- 
day odabraUoa aaioBg young 
cItlaMia and wfB to okairvBd In 
every ctty, tawa. aad vfllage and 
haodrt. InlBuKni plaos are un- 
do- way tar Oda obaarMoee in 
PrinosBB Attne Ommty. aeeordhig 
to Oeona nte, yrMMmt of th^ 
local 



The thane og,|i|f,/obaaivaace is 
"Bcoute of Qifi ]prf|r|ii-Bu|UUtg for 
•Tproorpw." T^^vQiiib tfm W.ofiA 
priepdshjip Pja^ pi yotaiatary 
gitts fw<ti| W la >| fi ^ twp ffaxs 1^ by 
^ Boy pcpHltf 0^ 48M'i«»» tb^ 
^ve j^fl^ren 8ljicyHlM8 |o help 



Boy Scouts overs^ vbulld their '^^^^^"p,,*!)^, J^mm^^ 



F.4 CJ.-" I .don't quite ^s^iaSt^fui what you 
mfjD wiieii yoU^ay ^^^tlttn mrely prtxess 
g;ain during dis^aiiBg.Ji^jlK.'.',';^ 

DAVE: "I don't either/ Ju^gcJIVould you 

I. -:d e::plainin2 ? " ' ■ :••'-'.< 

n^.i) /VOCE: '^Gbd49. loUeiirl- You see. 
fi .nwz the distilling process, rnhfihe starch 
s rerraioHl frma t& 9;aiB. Tbe>0art rich in ' 
v'tr.njinsand proteins isrerovarwl. . .dried . . . 
av-i rslwrm^'to the fsB^jersifa the form of 
I -hly nutritkn^ feed omccntrates. Actual 
t.Jts have sbowa th^ tiiesedistillara' dried 



<!•' 



-<cr^s are far mote nmtfiahu^ than 

grain in its wiginai state." 

"How do the fanners use tiiem. 

Judge?" 

'OLD JUDGE: "They mix these premium- 
'jqtSi^ty feed supplen^its with niginal grain 

for feeding their cattle. livestock and poul^. 
'IDbihg so enables them to save as auxb as 
.20^ original grain." 

DAVE: " I can see now how unfounded these 

nunoreare about distillA^ wasting grain. 

Looks to me as if it's j% the qiqposite." 



Org^ii^tipns. 

To give the most helpful assist- 
aaM Witiunthi^ capacity, the 
B0)K'8cottts M'Alhertea have dea^t 
ilMtf witliScoiMl'^Aiclals 'overseas 
reeogHttM by «8ie tstomational 
Scout Bureau In London. Already 
t y ^ *hipitwirf nf ^V9iit- BSMaJnrr 

mmrrnriffiffBii e|Mi 

other Scouting materials 
#1911 f4lt to n ^OatilBS. 

The ational Council of the 
Sc<Hits endorses the work of (||e 
WOrid mendship Wva4 in a B»- 
solution which says in part: 

"ScouUng has always betti an 
I active feree in promoting bet^ 
tumlerstaading and nutfu^ soed- 
"will among the nstlona. and «W 
ix a stronger and iMaa poacrfiil 
ifltwnce Uian evw in pnaaoOag 
woirld 



SeyeflLJUjcgl BrtSK. 



,,h\ 



The Boy Soipta of America^ 
now numbering ijMOJMO, will ob- 
serve the 3Tt|i anaiyersary 6f thf 
oiganbstian dpr^ Bojr Sfov^ 

WeA. opening Riday, February J ■jig^ h-^v. I. ^ i * 

7 and ckiaing Tfapiday, I^b. 13. | "^^^ ^'- ^len^ Ihtf W|f|p|H|f a»- 

college of Wim«m aad IAhth 



Norfolk la 

for a possible additiao 0^ 

dents In February. St. BelpqB ^- 

ened tta dooni far tii§ i^t(b Ifftm 

in ceptemb^^wtt}^ co^iitiHlnla 

enroUejd ih t^x^i, ymir 0O^fni«4«««r 

es til liberal arts. rnyln>fitfn„ ■■< 

pre-professional fleldaj All e^nfmm-- 

offered in ISoptem^r 1^ ^iV" 

ened again In |l^^iniafy^„, . 

Among the stiidents 
the foliowl^, . are ^ftgm^i ^ 
Beach: "mUiimi M.Davl^ 

Stei&f*#S?*rfffijf 



Ac;. 



"The Bey Scout of Aaeriea an 
eager to help Seoata abroad se- 
baild Bflouting and have —*t*<'^ ^ 
ed the World Men^ldp Faafl 
for tbJa paipQae. Breryone eon- 
nected with Scouting and ew*y 
frkad pf SoQOttog haa «a; onMr- 
tunity through this fund to ha^ 
a sAave Jn tiw fwomoi. The Nat- 
knad Osnncil is hopefid that tke 

iiiaaa Vtarld Kendah^ pn- 
^ete Bsor tneone hoUi a 80ia«e 
or support and eicouraganent to 
Seoitia aben* a&d an Jnoentlve 
to Seoato la fids eountiy.'' 



AU ct^itf,.f^w^^|||ip 
^Wloa att gc^fjjto/^ tl|a ' 

full /acD^^fljJM^yiijr the; $9% 
.^^»»^ f ^oimRa,^JBI*- 
[veesil^^, ^A^ .#udi9N^, WSiim 

will M, «^ept^^ «, if^mfmm 

already organized a yUidpi^ fff^ ■ 
ernment„ detatlny society, itrima 

lie fcJ^' '°^**^- rtmeh «lah, gtoeW 
m\: Ofmt^ ttoBkM jOia -•--^ --■ ■ 

Ol ale * ^^^^fw -^RMPr» JMMHHHW 

chib, radto cbib, fi^wilsh "h^ , 
cfjiOege or^Midka, and "8. B. m. 
the college newiitaper. 

Intranuval programs In 
prindpaUy fOetitoU. are 
way, and pliaa are In the 
for Intercolkgtete 
baakfthuB and baaejbali. 

ODiH^tey, Janiiaiy M'fii 
Oceana <Hrmnaaium, the 
Ugrii ^M Clccfaa alii Jte* Vk» 
tiiiii^ f rMa IHatlock ^-gfliiiiiil 

Hie attraction will to g 
header, ^^ dw ^Ip^r Ta 
teams playing &t <:00 



PA.. 



^:;:^^~»t;^|jj^JJg| 






21- 

The f< 
linMip for tto start <tf Oae 

<^ant. Caffrer, KuaUer. 
axul ftyne. • 



T^ iuk€rlua»imi 



tf f>iWBi< "ifmii fwtfi^i far 



OKIVE WILL NXaN • 



iH^. 



'.J '-« W ' 






:-«^ 



jnMVinWiBMi 

NfM 





MMl Social 



dMwid te in ^ 

m MwM* 

AdvcrtWna Bates mM 
j Mmikfittnn 

cmmrtm. csrdi oC 
of 



elMHiad tor 
In 



rt Um i«to «( 



Aniuy iMtfitMAttoirii^ 
Pwty 



Onmtr Mn- 
Unlt iia 

BbM Tum- 
«lk •! I p. If .. M 

■Bk bntse If^wrt. 
■w Januwv oaeel- 
HifrHnan, ms^%- 
. were nam- 




announced that 
priMs would be 
«a aislilnf to make 
«lwM oall^UO a-J. 

■BniOBIST CHURCH 

: L U Uewellyn an- 
Ctordon 1. 
«r mmteOL, wiU be the 
flir Mw aervlce next 
omini. Mr. Campbell 
inllie Owooe. "Chrlst- 
r AWdial tnvi 
1 ffrarybody 



li 1-^0^*11 



to 



Saterad m aBooad «ia« au*- 


ter Aunn t, im. %t tte port 


office of ^Ttlnia Beach. Va, 


inder tbe act of Mandi S. UH. 



"THE VQICK of a 
swaying the onme of 
ment does not lomre lOQd lor- 
enuMnt except tt te tlia foiea 
of a Well inf onofld and wtH Ib- 
tntioned 



loudly acclalm- 

iQf all political 

WaAlmtoti. He is re- 

■PBiHI w a «alli» WGcesBor to 

phnHi JjaHHHO cTltia magnificent 

iDMantao liaHl of military affiiirs 

aatf as a tateannn. Ifrshall was 

fictad keeaase he is able, forceful. 

as anf pBibtent. 

Tandoilierg, who serv- 
ed wtth mrnta, reo«itly made an 
important' aOb^s in which he 
picdiefad that General Marshall 
would desipiate representatives in 
tfie State Oepannent'Ho carry on 
the battle villi Molotov and oth- 



Riiritaii Meeting 



& nair Myws. a C. IthtfMia, 
itassOl Batehalt^ m»k IfoBan 
and Uttus WUUams w«e« ddegMf* 
rHMTSsantlng Um ViriAi:^ .iJ^/eh 
Rwltans at the amnMl oonvaatlon 
<a Ruritaa Nktlonal In mriiaa. 
N. C. January 20 and ai at th«|^ 
Washingt(m-Duke Hotel. 

JThe theme of this year's con- 
vention was "The Spirit of 1947 in 
Comm\ulty Service." Tlie high- 
light of this phase of the program 
a keynote address by Ij. T.^ 



..TANUABY 24, 1943 



**Wnter% Ink- tffas Om 
# for boslne.s»« to 

bout: 

jnt It llmnf 
Abs( so nanr 
Biislneos anai 
Wfll got ap in tiie 
Rafrash 

advertised taril ariW 
Clean thdr tooth villi 

Used toth paH^ 
auve with an 
Tash and shan vitb 




There ui considerable anxiety 
aboirt tlie lelatkins between the 
(Toitad ffiates and Argentina, but 
fidie«fl8 Marshall will 
out to a peaceful 
Uie same thne he 
of. our Oav- 
and its Oom- 




was 

HaU. past president of Ruritan 

National 

RUTitan National is composed 
of service clubs located in the 
amaU towns and rural communi- 
ties. The clubs which hold month- 
ly dinner meetings, while stress-' 
ing fellowship and good will, have 
as their objective the making of 
the rural community and small 
town a better p^ate in which to 
,1ive. The various cluts guided ^y 
Ruritan National engage in every 
phase of community service, set- 
ting up their objectives according 
'to the peculiar needs of the locali- 
ty itself. 

M. G. Bright is preiUdent of the 
local group which meets the first 
Tuesday In each month. 

GEN. GBANTTbUYS' 
STOKES HOME 

General David N. W. Grant, re 
tiring Air Surgeon General, has 
purchased the Stokes home in 
Alanton and he and Mrs. Gnant 
expect to cccupy the home after 
extienslve alte :at:ons have been 
completed. 

General and Mrs. Grint were 
recent week-end guests of Major 
and Mrs. Tilbrook at their home 
in Bay Colony. 



•CV^"! 




Srd «ay of FMniaary iMt tha m- 
m rrt^ heense la aa|i 

w^ and be«r for on and off yev 
e(aisiunpU«» at tlMMdn 

«af% UMMhNk Biidfe. V*. 

Mn. Anna P. Tunnell 



Legal 



V POB VVEBYBCWT 

end viae and all things 



niee. flhtfas wiat little girls are 
Bnt every good cook 
ate a lot of oth- 
e made of sugar 
foods that 
appetite tat many of 
which had tto he onunftted from 
^iT^V"" those two 
high on the 




ar 



...lit im advotised 
AdvCTtised 

coHar. and 
Apd eat adverttad Imokfait thad 

and iiread. 
Jlrinfc advoliaed tea. coital^ ar 

cocoa. 
Put on an adveriXsed bat!. aid 

gloves. 
Light an advertised dgarette with 

an advntised autdi. 
Go to Uie station in an advertito-^for 
^ad motor car. 

'*d 

Inn down a prapanf hi aArer 
ti)>e on tlie ground 
lat 
Advertishiig doesn't pajr- 




Bh hMn in raeent 
formed better 
eoantry than it 
tesigned as 

IMnOi after mooth fee haa 
avguing in tlie inttusts of a 
«UMd World ajhig aot Isai 
WiHid peace. Be has 
lad patient as Job. 
eds tf«pt lie lias gone tiie 
irith Russia and other 
and in view <tf poor lualHi he has' 

retired. 
The appointment oi Genaal 



oollr temporary, and 

knls bright for 

and most spic- 

pradlet an end of sug- 

MpdL Wit]i:.ttie ex- 

at pepper, which is ex- 

to be siMirt for the next 

t«o to ftR peats; mice imports 

hf^n^hevi nftm^'V through for 

ibid Uiat is good newis 

food manufac 

tasBKS sa mD as Iiomemakers. 

Beat Bi aj ieiiis fHr for example. 

wldsh a a prodoet of The Best 

brgeiy on its 

and spices for 

. B» tact this conr 

stress on the 

af tte spieeB used that 

tftself tobe 

lofzetainlnrthe 




JOINS STAFF OF "BBEEZE" 

Doris Rice has been added to 
the "Breeze" staff of Madison 
College as a reporter. The "Breeze" 
is a weekly newspaper published 
by the students of Madison Col- 
lege. Miss Rice is the daughter of 
Mrs. Irma Rice of Virginia Beach. 



4SihANNIV[RSARY, 



MORE FLAVOR 
PER CUP AND ^ 

"MORE 

CUPS PER 

POUND 

Th an Wlie n 
Coffee Atone 
Is Used^ - 



vmQnnA. 

IN THB CLERK'S OFFICB OP 
THE C^RJbOTr COURT Of PRUtinever 
CESS ANNE COUNTY ON THE 
(»th DAY OF DECBMl^R, 1946. 
OAKUBY LEONARD SMITH. 
Plaintiff. 

v. IN CHANCERY 

MARY DELORES SMITH, De- 
fendant. 

The object of the above suit Is 
for the complainant to secure a 
divorce a mensa et thoro, to be 
later merged Into a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii, upon the ground 
of desertion, from the defendant, 
Mary Delores Smith. An affidavit 
having been made according to 
law that Mary Delores Smith is 
not a resident of the state of Vir- 
ginia and that her last known 
Post Office address is 831 Jack 
Street. Brooklyn, Baltimore 25. 
Maryland, It is ordered that she 
appear In the Clerk's Office of 
the said Ccurt within ten days to 
pxotect her hiterest; apd it is fur- 
ther ordered that a copy of this 
order be fL;rwarded the defendant 
at her last known addrss and be 
publiiihed in the Virginia Beach 
News, a newspaper published in 
tlje County of Princess Anne, 
once a week for four weeks, and 
that a copy be posted at the front 
deor of the Court House of the 
said Court on or before the next 



There^ a lot of" men in this 
wo: Id who started at the bottom 
— and stayed there. 



C90aOiOiiWBAU« OT TOKIill- 
U. m the Ctek-s OOtoa of ttN 
Ciretdt Cwirt of the CvmHa •! 
PrtnoM Anna on tt« Mh tey 

of Dsewibw IM S. 

BBULDI L. TMBVVIT. Halntill, 
agahist 

BiATRicB a matviT. Detaa- 

dant. 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tah) from tht defendant an an 
nulment of marriage upon the 
grounds that said marriage was 
conauiaated. 

And an affidavit haveUig been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant (Beatric* O. Trevett Is not 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10> days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may ibe necessary to protect 
her interest, in tbls suit. 
A Copy— "Teste: 

WiUiam P. HiuWns, Clerk. 
R. H. West. D. C. 
Robert L. Simpson. p.q. I34t 



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Webb Pharmacy 

27th and Atlantic Ave. 

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DRUG STORE SERVICE 



PBJ^SCBIPTIONS DEUVEBED 
PRESCRIPTION DEPT. 

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1803 ATLANTIC AVENUE 

(across from the Bank of Vifginia Beach) 

We also carr3'^ a line cf office supplies for your 
accounting and bookkeeping needs. 

BOOKS KEPT FOR SMALL A LARGE BUSINESSES 



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LAWN MOWBH aCRTlCl 

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Virginia Beach Shoe Repair 

Mth and Attantle Avenne 




W, L.RENN & SONS 

INVESTMENT DEALERS ^ 

203-4 Bankers Trust Bldg., Norfolk 10, Va. 

AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS 

Keystone Cutodian Funds 

National Trust Funds 

Group Securities 

All Bank Shares and Municipal Bonds 

A personal inTestment service since 1908 
Phone Norfolk 25675 or Virginia Beach 1337-J 



Office Phone 1770 




Residence 356-J 



Social Security Withholding Tax 



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J. F. MacXvei 
. Pronv;H Expert Service 

PAINTING - DECORATING 
PAPERHANGING 

Exterior — Estimates Cheerfully Given 



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OLD DOMINION 
BARN DADICE 

outk SUNSHINE SUE 

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— Munds — JPurniture Ref inishlng 



Befadl Store - 201 23rd Street 

WCHAEL C»LLABOLLETTA 

Genera! extractor 
Wk tb4 Street Fbone 1111 



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M oulvUndNr Mm «f Vr^lVUkw waA Fta* Stipp* 
T%«]r «r» tte MitkouUly »dvertia«d 

Ut A. F08NBII, SHOES 

^ rteonmtnded by both *'Pwreats' Maguine" «ml **Good 
;< I Houseke^taig".- 

Tlie Pre Walker e<unes in sisea 2 .to 4 C and D 
widths, the First Stepper 3 to 6. C and D wldtha. 

Aa aoon as the larger sise shoes become avail- 
I able we expect to Jtock them. 

THE WATTES 

AtlM(i« Awnne »t 18th 8ti««l 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

TRY VIRGINIA BEACH SHOPS FIRST j 



Mia. & Har^ Cab. Lacal Itoparter 

PARTIES : ANNOUNCEMENTS : PERSONAiS 



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WININGDER'S TAILOR SHOP 

Oceana, Va. -^^-— — 
Covered Biittena Made to Order 

TAILORING — ALTERATION 
FtIR REPAIRING 



Alma L. Winingdec 



Phone 182 



Romanoif Imported Caviar 

Pate of Smoked Salmon 

CrabjPaste 

Lobster Paste 

Anchovy Paste 



Harry's Delicatessen 

Atlantic Ave. at 16th Street 



BEACH FLOWER SHOP 

1816 Pacific Avenue 

"Say It With Flowers" 

YES! We do fill every sort of flower order. 

Wedding boquets — Corsages — Box Orders 
Hospital Bowls — Plants — Funeral Flowers 



Members F.T.D.S. 



Telegraph Florists 



SPECIAL THIS W1I|;K 
POTTED IVY PUSSY WILLOW 

Telephone 1310 



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AUDITING 



HOTEL SYSTEMS and | 
Cimtroto. 



ComnMMhire and Un. Owur 

Snitta left 4ast wMk to ■pwd 
•ome tlQie in nortda. 

• • * ■ 

Steven Heaver and Rtriwrt 
araven have returned to theiir 
homes in Baltimore after spend- 
ing a few days with Mr. Heiver'a 

cousin. Mrs. J. Ooodenow Tyler, 
at her home on a2nd Street. 

• • « 

Mrs. Clifford Oeer Richardson 
of Charleston, S. C. has returned 
to Norfolk after being the guest 
o{ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomp- 
son at their home on 99th street. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Rimer of 
Harrisberg. Pa., are spending sev- 
eral weeks with Dr. Mlna Kerr at 
her home on Avenue S. 

• • • 

Mrs. M. 'W. Nprfleet returned 
last week to her home In Winston 
-Salem aft^r spending several wks 
with her son-in-law and daughter 
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Davis, at 
their home on 36th street. 



Oeneral and Mrs. Oeorge F. 
Rix^y were the guests last week 
en o! Col. and Mrs. Bdinund C. 
Waddill at their home on Avenue 
B. General Rixey, Chief of Chap- 
lains, 2nd Army, was on an in- 
spection tour of Fort Story and 
Port Monroe. 

I • • * 

Rev. Charles Carnan, Jr., will 
return Friday to his home on 53 
Street after spending a week in 
New York. 

• • • 

Mrs. J. Ooodenow Tyler, Jr. 
and infant daughter, Jane Allen 
Tyler, returned Sunday from the 
Norfolk Oen«-al Hospital to her 
home in Rudee Heights. 
• ' • • 

WilliamSloane, Jr. spent last 
week-end as the guest of Mr. and 
Mrs. John F. Winn, Jr on Raleigh 
Drive. 



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Ifr. and Itrs. Altiert tktfkt and 

two ohUdrai left Sunady for w. 

I Palm Beach. Horlda to visit Mrs. 

Roper's mother. Mrs. Alice Hart 

DaU. 

• • • 

Mrs. Ruth Williams is vUitlns 
h«r son and slaughter in law, Mr. 
and Mrs. Spencer Williams, at 
their home in Williamsburg. Va. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Walton Saund- 
ers left on Wednesday to spend 
severaa weeks in Miami, Florida. 

• • • 
Mrs. Preston Hlx will return on 

Friday to her home in Bay Colony 
aftnr visiting her mother, Mrs. 
John Coke, In Richmond, Va. 

• • • 

Mrs. Pfyton May and daughter, 
Miss Ann May will leave Friday 
to spend the week end In Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Don O. Bulluck, 
of 3604 Oceaon Front entertained 
last week at a house party for 
some of their friends and rela- 
tives from North Carolina. 

Among the guests were J. T. , 
Madry, Mrs. R. J. Madry, Mr. & ( 
Mrs. J. W. Madry of Scotland j 
Neck; Mr and Mrs. T. L. Worsley 
of Rocky Mount. | 



l^dfMt tanv* 
tlM marriaw etf tliafir 
;a«raldine. to lie. Vffiaxd 
nolds Ashtaum, Jr; 
the eighth of Febrmucy i^ 
o'clock at the FUr^. 
Church, Va. Beaott and to tbe 
reception. Immed'ately foUowing 
the cerenumy, at tb.c Rrincew 
Anne Country Clu^. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. WarfUid: Ledw 
entertained Saturday aftaznoon 
frcun five until seven at their } 
home on Avenue E. at a eocktaU . 
party In honor of Ml^s Midfett 
and Mr. Ashbum. 

'Mr. and Mrs. James M. JordanC 
Jr. entertained in honor of Mte 
Midgett and Mi Ashburn on Sun- 
day at a cocktail party at their 
home In Bay Colony. The guests 
numbered thirty-five. ' ) . 

Mrs. Gordon Baskin entertain- 
ed Wednesday afternoon at the 
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs 
Frank Booker on 52nd street, at 
a kitchen shower In honor of Miss 
Midgett. The guests niunbered a- 
bout thirty. 

Mrs. Charles Forbes will enter- 
tain Saturday at one o'clock at' 
her home on Pocahontas Drive at 
a luncheon in honor q£ Miss MM- 
gette. Those Invited number a- 
bout twelve. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo B. Hollenbeck 
of 401 16tli Street, ann^nce the 
birth of a daughter, Judith Louise 
on Friday, January I7th. Mrs. 
Hcilenbeck and daugiiier expect 
to return to the Beach on Sunday 
January 26th from Leigh Mem 
orial Hospital in Norfolk. 



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each individual, merchant and firm to ke^ records? 1 



Warfield Leeke 

ACCOUNTINJG 



BofAshee^ing is essential and if done by my 
system will minimize and g-RipIfy your tax fKO^ 
I lems. ^ ' 

I 

■ My tax library is complete and up to dttte. 

I Your immediate and future tax prtAutm^ S^adly dis>- 
§ cussed- ^L 

7 ROLAND COURT 

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. 

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Mrs. John Beattie has return- 
ed to Chai'lottesville after spend- 
ing the week end at the Beach. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Miles Horton 
have returned to their home on 
Raleigh Drive after spending 
some t me in Louisville, Ky. 

L.. Robeit Earron. JCMC. has 
retur.-.ed to New River, N. C, af- 
ter being the guest of Mr. and 
Mrs. John F. Winn at theif home 
on Raleigh Drive. 

« • • . 

Ensign Dawson Taylor has re- 
turned to Washington after 
spending the week end with his 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rc^rt 
Taylor in Linkhorn Park. 

• • • , 

Charles Gamble has returned 
to his home on Raleigh Drive af- 
ter spending a few days in, New 
York and Baltimore. Mid. 

■ * • 

Mrs. William Kidder and Mrs. 
W. A. amith left Monday to visit 
Mrjs. Smith's parents in Danville 
Va.. 

■ • • 

Mr .and Mrs. Roy Smith have 
retuined to ther home on Ave. 
D alter spending the we€# end 
with their daughter. Miss EUen 
Love Smith, a t St. Margaret's 
School, Tappahanncck. Va. 
... , 

?'i£sc3 Mina Jordan and Anne 
Ls2 Eaum will spend this week | 
end in Lyr.chbu:? where they will j 
attend the Mid-Winter Dances at 
the Vi g nia Episcopal Schocl. 

• w * 

,?!:::s_._ James M. Jordan HI, and 
you ■'g son will retuin Friday to 
their heme on 27th street after 
spending several weeks with Mrs. 
Jordan's parents, M". and Mrs. 
Fre-lerick Schoew. at their home 
ir. Huntington. W. Va. 



Custom-made Lamp Shades 






Lamps - Old and New 

Marie Richardson 

Phone 1771 Ci»at«« BuIfcUiig 

2lBt and Pa^lc Avenue 





We are pleased to announce the arrival of new 
spring fabrics for slip «>vers and draperies. 



Slip Covers 



We also wish to announce that we are now able to fill 

tbe many requests for slip covers, draperies and 

bed spr^s. Mrs. Anne Stime will be 

able to aamat you. 

FANTONE'S 

Whitehead BUg. Atlaatic Ave. at 16th St. 



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Hello. I'm a newcomer here, but before long I hope you'U 
tiunk of me as a neighbor . . . the good old-fashioned kind 
who passes her best recipes on to you, tells you about the 
bargains she finds, and shares her time-and-energy saving 
discoveries with you. That's what I want to do, and I'm 
looking foirward to visiting with you here often from now on. 



John F. Kidl 

TLe BeacL Waifcck Skop 

EXPEJtT WAICH AND CUXX KEPAUtBIG 
»U ■ Iftt SISEGT. VUtCINIA BEACH, V A. 

4 

Pnm^Servkm AM Worii €kwnuri«ed AH Wurk Done On Premises 
♦ tffl5=3« fl^e. Va. B«ch 1976 



HAVOt f AV«M^ 

Good news, coffee lovers! The 3 
A4^ blends are plentiful again! 
Will iny family be glad to have 
BO]LA£ back! They love its vig- 
orous, winey fla- 
vor» Plenty of 
pieople do,^ but 
many prefer mild, 
mellow EIGHT 
, O'CLOCK, and 
loads like rich, 
ittU-hodied RED 
fURCLE best They atf agree on 
ione thing, though— you cant beirt 
AftP COFFEE for f r«^n«H and 
^vor! That's be^uae it's «SA ia 
the whole baan, and Custom 
Ground just rij^ for jFpur coSm- 
maker. Try it ladajrl 





T hurryHip meal 



A mighty 

at our house liKUkiMa SMCORE 
rtlEFARED SPAGHETTI from 
the A&P. It's pepped up with a 
zesty tomato-aM>«ieese sauce that 
tastes as if y<m'd s{^nt hours mak- 
ing it . . . yet all you do is heat 
and eat! What a wife saver! 



WAiai «M icaauMi loi mm 

Want toVound up a square meal 
in a jiffy? Then pick up a package 
of quick-melting CHED-O-BIT 
CHEESE FOOD and a carton 
of guaranteed SUNNYBROOK 
EGGS when you're topping at 
the AftP today. Senadile the egga 
. . . add small auhe.H of tar.^y- 
ilavored CHED-0-B^IT during the 
last minute of cooking and catl the 
family! (They wont nof^ascconil 
invitatior.!) 

HUWm IK>fAfO«M«C 

You've no idea how anooth and 
buttery-flavored mashed potato^ 
ean be until ytm^ve tried aalong 
tton with creamy-ri^ WHITE 
HOUSE MILK. They're ntca. 
nourishiag, too, , 

tar every. pint of ,A\iii^6ii 
WHITE HOUSE 
eontains each es- 
sential nutrient 
of fresh milk lind 
400 U.S.P. Units 
oi vitamin D3. It ean be used ia 
any recipe that tails for l^^ » 
it'ii grand to have on hand, G^ 
some at the A&P! 







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LASKIN 

ROAD 

at 

Pacific Avenue 



17th STREET 

Between 

\t!ant)e ^ 

Paciflt 



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LITTLE 
STAR 



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Prices Also Effective in Ou» N«w 

Colonial Super Mai^t 

Lask'ln Road at Pacific Avenue 



Fancy, Grade A Sliced 



BACON lb6Sfc 



Your Choice of Two Grades and Two Piites on QoaOty 
Nutricious, Economical — Square Cut — AA or 4 B. A 

CHUCK ROAST lb 43e 39e 

Boned and Boiled — Tender Prinie — AA or A B » 

RIB ROAST lb. 67c 97c 

Fresh Ground Beef lb. 3f>c 
Brisket^ Plate Beef IbSle 

Fresb Dressed — FrjrfBff 

dUCKEMS 



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ALL SIZES — FLORIDA linKIY 

ORANGES 



8 m 

Bag 



35c 



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Bag 



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Delkious Appfes 



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GoUen Heart Celery ttam.m 



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fitted,^! 

Potatoes 
3 lb& 25cx 

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HOUSE PAINTING 

DECORATING 
mgT CliASS WORK 

GUARANTEED 

IMm»««i Cli«wfali7 Otvwi 

r. a & DECORATORS 

PiiMie 3?2 W — 133 

Barco and Pages 

CINDER and CONCRETE 

Iiranediata Ddlvnry 
mJOCK WORKS . 

, FlioiM JI7-R 

flimrtiwii Mii N«rMk Aft 

. BRICKWORK 

Any Mnt of brick and .cinder 
Uock work done. Alterationf 
or nev. 
lAMITAII nione SlI-MX 

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I ttnu • word: ttivM 
1 M oentt. 
Hmm ooiint ttM word! tn your 
•d uMl Mi^ rMolttanoe vtth 
orter. Tim wM of ewirtni 
many aoMll Mcoiintt ta pro- 
htUttve. 



FOR THX HBSnr In frosted Food 
Cabinets. Sises aouit. to 30, See 
WAIiLACS CLARK London Bridge 
phone U8 J U if 



iMtll PUl 



Tail Ml 



CMMTftt Work **pka|t Drivawayt 

J. P. BAUM 

CONTRACTOR 
Comer SS St. * Arctte Ave. 
mone 1S66 

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•■•tteepinf 



Audltini 



WARFIELD LEEKE 
Ineome Tsx 

Hotel systems and Controls 
Mmie 166 Res. phone 1546 



AMHONS A ALBARTY 

P»lBtinf Contractors 

jitsrlsr, Bxtsrfav, l^ne or gouU 

A#^oi> Welcome 

li PW MTIMATBS 

fbone 1»M — Night 1144-J 



JOE LYLE 

Phone 1197 



g^rnnliaven mone 44889 

liimBhaven Electric Service 

■ifBcrs Water Systaoas and 

iMMtatlon. gcrvtcc, Bevair. Ott 



a L, HARVEY 

PAINTING, OENBRAIi BBPAIK 

Cor. «tli * Aretlo 

Vlitlnla Beaeh. yirgtalp 

TBLB>HCM1 OraRATORS 
BROINNKRa 

You will be paid while yen loam 

DeslraUe Working dondltlons 

OiHwrtunltleB For Advancement 

Come tn and diaeuas It with ui. 

OHHAIVAXB* PCyrOMAO^ 

TSUI^OMS COBfPAMT 

or VXRCUNA 

aand Street. 



TBUPBONI QFOiATORS 
SZFBRIIDICBD 

Increased Ramincs 

OeslrabiS' Working Condlthmi 

O^Hwrtunities Fcht Advancement 

Oome In and discuss It with us 

CHRSAPEAKK * POTOMAC 

TEOJEPHONR COMPANY 

OP VZROINA 

302 — 32nd Street 



lor i«nt — 
kllelwB and prtvato 
■•ateil and aU utlMtlai 
foinlshad. 288 - 2801 rtrert. 
CsU 2aM-W. 1183ta 



FOR RCNT—Heated bed rooms at 
reasonable nates. 206 28th filt. 
Phone 2288-W. lll-Sta 



FOR RBNT— 3 rooms and bath, 
nicely furnished apartment with 
electrically equipped kitchen. 
Reasonable ^t. Marcella Cot- 
tage. 10th St. A Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 127i-J. 1-17-3U 



WANTE^^VO RENT— Year-round 
home, V bedrooms, furnished or 
unfurnished. Reply 450 Mary- 
land Ave., Portsmouth. 3ta 



FOR SAIiB— 4 thousand sq. ft. of 
corrugated iron siding. 2 ft. by 
10 ft. Bennett Motor Co., 17th 
Ss Baltic Ave. tf 

WANTED Young Lady, Cigar 
stand, clerk. Apply IConday be- 
tween 10 and 12 Jan. 27 th 
Cavalier Hotel Cigar Stand. Ita 

FOR SALB: 1935 Ford Sedan and 
traUer. 1938, Panel Ford. 1606 
Pacific Avenue. It 



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and C. 0« 

illeattoB la 
C. C. Abaaknt. Xu^ector of DIr 
txka 21 tor so acres of oyster 
•round in tba West Bod of Long 
Creek 

C. C. AbMleiB. Jr. I344ta 




UHTt: Vicinity Bayne Theater, 
January U, flesh colored glasses 
tan case. Reward if fUider wlll« 
send to Misfi A. S. StovaU, 1309 
P. BtMet^^ W. Washington, D. 
C. / Ita 



WITCHWOOD 
BCST BOMB 

Por those who wish exclusive 

imf"?v"4*"B' with nursing care 

Opm year round, 35th street *oA 

ilicAfic Ant. Virginia Beach. Va. 

References K»c.hanged 

emEBAL CONTRACTING 

Werit — retting 
— Bridt Weik 



*WiWi 1888-W t. E. Fenkess 



■ABmr4MM» 

Cordwaod 

worn 8AU 

C«t to Mjmgib 

lYifUhnnr 1404-M Virginia Beach 

Of 120 Princess Anne 



'00** mm*** 

Methodist Church * 

• IStli and Athutk * 

ifainii Kfiliw Tf iifhi I * 

# JpnatBODY WELCOME * 

m » *«**«••• 



XTOONG repairing, reg- 

Pnanpt service. ]>rop 

to Roy Cliristensen, 1250 

Voodlawn, Broad Cre^ Vil- 

121312t 



mR BENT 




tm^ms itfT 



Men's Bible Class 

Presbyterian Church 
35th and Pacific Ave. 
9:45 a.ni. to 1G:45 



iFOR SAIIS: New Mowury U 35 
nun camera. Excellent piece of 
photographic equipment. May 
be seen at Holiday Hobby Shop 
or caU 1157-WK from 7 to 9 
pjn. ' Ita 

TWO PERSONS desire transport- 
ation from Birdneck Point to 
Norfolk five days per week, ar- 
riving Oranby St. and Olney 
Road not later than 8:15 ajn. 
Phone 2385-M. Ita 



Laboratory Blood Tested 

CHICKS 

Save yourself that uphill cllinb. 
Start (m the tc«> by buying Trail's 
Bnd Superior chicks. Large heal- 
thy vigorous, blood tested chicks 
from extra large high egg blood- 
ed breeders. 

Whtte Leghems. Barred Rodn. 
New Bam^oMre Beds. B. I. Bete 
Tarkw FooUs, 68o eaeh 
lexed er as hatched 
Cockerels 83.98 per lOO and up' 
Chicks 88J5 per .100 .and .up 

Trail's End Poultry Farm 

OORDONSVILEA VXROINU 




Permanent 
Ventibited Wood 

Awnings 

Older Now For 

Immedhtte or Spring 

InatalUttion 

Free Estimates 

CaU or Write 

VENTILATED WOOD 

AWNINGS CORP. 

in W. aSnd STREET 

Norfdk 10, Va. 

Phon> 22574 



Geronid M. Ramble. Teacher 
EVERYBODY WELCOME 



SPENCER SUPPORTS 

CALL 

Mrs. Frank F. Smith 
Registred Dealer nione 1287 



( MEN'S BIBU CLASS 

First 
; Baptist Camrch 

( Meeting every Bandar 8:48 
( A- A. B0GEB8, TBACBEB ) 
( »th * Arctic Ave. ) 

) 
) 



Wekome 



NOTICE 



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Notice is hereby given that we 
have appointed O. W. CAPF6 
our agent for the sale of our 
fertilizers in Creeds, Virginia, 
and vicinity. 

F. S. BOYSTER OUANO 
OOMPANY 



Complete Coverage 
HosNtallrafion sugieal acddcal 
IneiedlBg ^omBcrdal Paasaicer 



For iaftinastien call 
Mrs. P. O. Wttken, 217-J. 

Sted wad AM»«ti<. 

FOB~BENT: Building 40 x 60 
(no poets) Suitable for wood <a 
machine shop; CleanhMC sbo0, 
tent ie awning shop, plundilng 
& heating suawUes, etc. Locat- 
ed Cor. L«8ki9 Blvd. Ac Oceana 

Road. Call 51-W-l. llOSta 



I 



WANTED: Settled ooDapetaai 
white woman to keep house fdr^ 
couple who wfwk during day. 
comfortable' quarten & c<mgen- 
ial surroundings for rigM par- 
son. Address P. O. Box 76. Va. 
Beach, Give lUQ particulars. 

lM»ta 



FOB BEWT, Iwuseke^Ding rooms 
and bedrooms furnished, heat- 
ed, continuous hot water, amdy 
305 - 24th Street. ll<ma 

FURNH^ffiH fori bousdce^lng 
three roons private bath and 
entrance. Hot water, oil heat, 
also one bed room f<u* cowdCe. 
2304 Paciffic Ave. or caM 928-W 

llttSta 



FOB BENT: furnished bedroom 
near bath, heat and hot water. 
new home. Kitchen privileges 

for breakfast! 401 22nd St. 3t 

FOR SALE: jCverstuiled chair, 
slip cover included. CaU 1982. 

Ita 

FOR BALE pair of ma>ble base 
lan^ps. Call U20-W. . 1243ta 

FOR BALE: 2,200 ft. Bradley's, 
pre-flniabed hard wood, oak 
flooring. At cost, owner over- 
purchased. Phone Paul DeWitt 
I 50. 12th and Ocean Ave. Ita 

I ^H — : 

AFARTMEIiT for rent, 2 rooms, 

furnished. Call 354. tf 



FOR BALE: Motorette. good con- 
dition, will sell well Aelow mar- 
ket price. CaU 915- JX after 6 
pjn. Ita 



FOR BALE: Black Chesterfield 
style coat, half original cost, 
size 20. Beautifully tailored & 

inner lined. CaU Virginia Beach 
349. 1243t 



FOB BENT: 3 rooms, furnished, 
at very low rate by the year. 
CMd Town HaU 14th St Pacific. 

1243t 

WILL TAKE CARE of chUdren in 
my own home days or night. 
Phone 294J, 2214 Atiantic It 



FOR BENT: comfortafaie bed- 
room with lavatory in ro<Hn: 
Automatic heat and hot water: 
Reasonable rate 314 - 22nd St. 
phone 1472-J. 1243ta 



FOR BAI£: smaU honse trailer 
8250. 1940 Dodge sedan, excel- 
lent conditMm. trade or seU for 
car or truck. Joe KUott 
Road. i%one 13-J. Ita 
.ve your lawn mower and 
machine repaired befoa« 
rush. 




F(» B&TK: 3 rooms, i/^ bath 
furnished. Also 2 rooms, bath, 
furnished. Apply at London 
Bridge Post Office. Ita 

t^C^I^^SiM. New 2 bedroom house 
UviniL rocan,- kitchei, batii flor- 
ed at^c, nuxtesii. Qt^A Neck 
Road. I^Hdon Bridi^. -ta 



1 



at^if, nuxi 
ad. Sohdon 



FOR SALE 

<W Heaters . . . aew w^Ue 
povodaui ftuoh. 

1«93 



GRUIB'Y'S 



WANTED TO BENT: furnished 
house, 2 ibedrooms or nune. For 
year round lease, startling Ms^ 
first. Phone 517-J. llOSta 

FOR SA3l£—rm cent stm« fix- 
tures, counters, dielving asA 
sign holders. Amdy Seaawns- 
Thompson Five and Tea C^t 
Store. Va. Beach, durinc tiie 
day or call Mr. SeaaMns, Va.. 
Beach 42S-J nighte. l-17-3t 



• * 



FOR SM£: IMS Fted St^fB 
Wagtm. CaU S3-J. Va. Paieh 

ite 



Wi^NN IMQOORAT^S 
Ittv Covers . . . Bed Spreads 



aad ffietimaliWi ^en 



2M W. £4tt»ieet 



THE WISE HOSTESS 
SERVES UIJ5;j(JAII> 

Ploate your auesu! 
Treat tlw fumy, loo! 
Serve tender, juicy 

Mrrn-mAip 

IROIUKS 
fried to a dc- [ 
licious golden 
bro.vn. They'll 
•ay it's thai finest chicken they 
ever ate. Order UITB-(nAli) 

BROplEaS They ate available, 
freshly killed, every day of the 
week. 




A E. 
Rt. 1 



AHMON8 

. Box 27-B 



Phone Virginia Beach 1111 




SJUHTARY 

•DIAPER- 

SERVICE 

MBMBM iflNB 8UPi|l iPWia 

MimunoiMiWiiCAi 

UMMIDIATI DfUVfRY 
NORFOIK— fOITSMOUTir— 
VIRGINIA BiACH , ^ 

e % twlce-weekly rental *prvf«<- 

of sterUlsed dlaprrs! 
e Costing yon lew than the prlrr 

uf laundering alone! 
• A large white enamel reccp- 

tade equipped with dru- 

dnrbort 
We test aO diafers 8CIU1N- 

TIFICALLT after EACH 



Teer'MMMr **n *» MHUCAN 
• aeV IMOAZINI Misd RR 
•vMV MSMb. Wiile iedqr- We de 



HAL 



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0SB08N CONSTRUCTION GO, 

JOE OSBORN & SON 

OWNERS 

Oeeana, Virginia 

RAiiUng A nrt F» 
* MiBBfRctwriRff BvUiiRff Blod« 
* Al KiB4B <if Concrete Work 
* Bvfik Tmk ImtiritoMoR 

• RqpiilrUif mhI ClMUiinf 

PiMNifUM KwPlMNionM 



11 



W. W. Cm, Jr. 



Bit. 1866 



COX FUNERAL HOME 

WESTOVBIK and MANTEO 
NORFOLK 






W. C. JOHNSON 

REFRIGERATION 

Equipment and Repairs 
HOUSEHOLD — COMMERCIAL 

Admiral — Westin^ouse — Frigidaire 

^ONE 1488 




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fiom,Ae«i,it„.4,jo,Mar«h c Bavnc Thcatre 



Willie Goes 
to School at 23 



Z ... . I .:, J j jshing Willie Wells 
about going hack to school. They 
rcsiembcr when Willie wouli hide 
oat in the woodshed— scared to 
bA:ii Itis report card hosu to Ps. 

But under the G.I. Bill of 
Rights, Vv'il^e ( yrho has a wife and 
baby) is getting a free educa- 
tion at the Agricultural College. 
And Uncle Sam is giving him a 
fine r?')ort: "Deportment, ^xd- 
kr.:,; ?ic3rc3S,abov€ average." 

That goes for all tlrase aader- 
graduate veteraaa. IMoe WiUie^ iii^ 
appreciate an eda citioa more tAaa 



ever now. They're industrioni and 
well>behaved— their favorite bev- 
erage is nilk, or a temperate gUaa 
of beer. For them the "three B's" 
■eem to mean: Responsibility, Be> 
soBrcefnlaeas, Reatraiat. 

From iriiere I sit, cynical folks 
vbo thought veterans wouldn't 
want to return to school — wouldn't 
slide to steady habite of ^ork and 
moderation — have their answer 
in '^udeiszaduates" like Willie. 



OP^NS DAILY 2:00 P. M. 



^OHou^ 



Cttyrit/^ 'M7. VrnmSmu 8rmKf$ i 




FRIDAY and SATURDAY 

JOLSON STORY ^ 

Lany Parks '* Evelyn Keyeg 

William Demarest BiU Goodwin 

SUNDAY. MONDAY and TUESDAY 

THE STRANGE WCNMAN 

GewKe Sanders 

WEDNESDAY aiM TBUR8DAY 



Louis Hayward 
Gene LocUart 



THE VERDICT 



Sydney Greenstreet 
ton Lorrlai: 



Peter Lone 
jGeergc 



GOING TO BUHJ)? 
P. W. (SHam - Bwidiiig Cm^^ 

BEMOiMBLING . BEPAmS 

Pffon^ - ^tkamA Servioe. 

No #^ too Laine «r toe Sani. 



At The Roland 

OPENS DAILY S:00 p. M. 



FBDDAY A SATOBDAY 

FREDDIE STEPS OUT 



Fneddic Stewart 



CHEROKEE FLASH 

<A Western) 
SUNDAY and MONDAY 

WAR OF THE WILDCATS 



Albeit Dekfcer 



Blartlia Soott 



lofcn Wayne' 

SEAimr AND THE BANDIT 

(eland Ranmay Sm 

Ifaitki Gam^i^ia 

n^^AY, wnameimAY amt tbc«»ay 

SWING PARAlte OF Btf 



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Oirgmk Beach ilem0 



A Journal Devoted to ^e Interests of Princeas Anne County and the State of ^^^ 



sasaes 



Vol 22 — No. 12 



VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



JANUAIRY 81, 1947 



''''^ ^f,«^ ^'NQLB COFY Be. $1.00 Pi^l YIAl 



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Buaineas Association Off To Good Start Board Approves Teacher Salary Increase 



The Better Buatneas Aiaoolattcm 
of Virginia Beich and Princess 
Anne County was organised at a 
meeting of remr^wntatives from 
IS business concerns from all parts 
of the county On Friday evening 
in the audltoritua of the Oceana 
High School. 

The meeting was prMided ovw 
l9 TtanK KeUam of Princess Anne 
and the foUowinf oBlem wore 
elKted; VruA D. Bhean, vnA- 
dent: Blermlt Land, let vice presi- 
dent: Maurice Moiunney, an^ 
,vice president; Joseph flprulU, 
secretary, and Harold Freeman, 
treasurer. 

M Menwen 

The <H-ganlaati(m started with a 
membenhlp of M Anns who have 
organladed to promote better busi- 
ness relations with ttioae with 
whom business must be transaet- 
•d. 

Calvin Dalby, director of public 
safety In Norfolk, presented the 
national picture of the bureau to 
those present. In stressing the ad- 
vantages to be gained by such an 
organization Mr. Dalby said "The, 
idea is not new- Better Business 
Bureaus are thirty years old and 
there are 106 organizations in the 



country." Mr. Dafty further sUt- 
ed that the Bureau was to insure 
protection from frauds and swin- 
(^es and that men^rshlp is a 
part of civic obligation and that 
once founded on a secure basis 
would tA-lng iMt as great a dollar 
and cents return but a better com- 
munity in whloh to live and trans- 
act business. 



Twfcw 



vmr 



Robert B. Taylor, president of 
the Virtfnia Baaoh Chamber of 
Commerof . jBaddrwsing the group 
said, '"HieM^ Kisiness Bureau 
is not a social orfanlzaUon; It ii 
not an advertlslnf bureau nm* the 
Chamber oS Commerce. No matter 
how small the store or where the 
location, the time has come to pull 
together for one objective, the 
bond between the County and Vhr- 
ginla Beach: to give customers a 
square deal and to conduct busi- 
ness in a manner to meilt the 
confidence of those who visit the 
community. Too long have we 
gone our individual ways. Through 
the interchange of ideas and also 
through constructive crltlclan we 
hope that each of us may find out 
ways of improving our services." 

At the fbquest of the chairman 



Joseph ^^truiU read the newly 
dratted constitution of the organi- 
sation which had been drawn by 
a committee consisting of R. B. 
Taylor, John H. Bell and Harold 
Freeman, of Virginia Beach, and 
rtwak Bellam. of Princess Aime 
Court House, and Kermit Land. 
of Bingo. Tlie constitution em- 
bodied the objectives previously 
outlined bf Mr. Taylor, Mr. Dalby 
and Mr. KellMO. presiding over 
the meettiff. 



Before adjournment the organi- 
,satlon elected membors to 1^ board 
of direeton. H. Warfleld Leeke 
and Wnd Walstead will serve for a 
t^im of one year: Wade Komegay 
and Vtank Xellam, for two year 
tenas,, and Lea BlMlly and B. A. 
Carroll wlU continue in office for 
(Iwee yeaia. 

Additional committees will be 
appointed by the board of direc- 
tors and, according to Frank 
Shean. presidoit, a membership 
drive will be instituted in the near 
future. 

Elsewhere in the "News" will be 
found a list of members at prelUnt 
and each week additional names 
will be added as members join tlie 
organisation. 



LAND DRAINAGE PROGRAM WILL 
NEED ADDITONAL EQUIPMENT 



A. E. Roach, chairman, and H. 
W. Ozlin, secretary of the Virgl 
nia Dare Soil Conservation Com- 
mission, reported at a meeting 
last week that drainage of farm 
lands in Princess Anne and Nor- 
folk counties will t>e the main pro- 
ject for the coming year. In their 
flnt annual report they noted that 
delivery of equipment purchased 
by Norfolk County would partially 
fill a serious need of district drain- 
age equipment. 

The report ^ao revealed - that 
since drainage work was Com- 
menced in the two-county district 
in May, "there have bem seven 
community drainage projects sur- 
veyed, affecting approximately 200 
farmers and about 20j000 acres of 

fannland The length of the 

main drainage canals surveyed in 
these projects amounted to a lit- 
tle more than 30 miles. Two of 
the main drainage canals have 
been completed for a total length 
of t3 miles and have benefitted 
about 3.000 acres pf fannland and 
15 individual farmers. In digging 
these canals, ai^rOximately ^,000 
cwUc yards of dirt was excavated 
It FanM Surveyed 

In .addition to the community 
projects. Roach and ICzlln said. 
"13 individual farms have been 
surveyed for drainage work, and 



:wo of them have been completed, 
cm the individual farms, 1.1 miles 
of main drainage ditches were' 
opened up witlLii drag line and 



Civic League 
Formed At South 
EAd of Beach 



vated. 



Tides and Sun 



TIDB CAUaiBkAE FOB 
VXRCmZA BBACH AHD 
CAPE HBIRT 
(Bcported bjr O. U. 
Bweau. Oape Mhuf) 



Date B^ 

Jan. 31 SLJon. ^ 2:5« 

Jan. 31 Pin. . 3:16 

Fteb. 1 am. ...^^ 3:S» 

F*. 1 pjn. *- 4:20 

Fe^. 2 aJB. 4:59 

Ft^. 2 pjn. 5:18 

Feb. 3 ajo. .5:54 

Feb. 3 pjn 6:11 

Feb. 4 ajn. 6:46 

Fe*». 4 pjn 7:04 

Pd». 5 ajn. 7:37 

Feb. 5 pan 7:57 

Feb. 6 ajn. 8:26 

Feb; 6 pjn. : . 8:46 

Days of Sob 

Week 



Lev 

»:32 
9:33 
10:36 
10:33 
11:33 
11:30 

12:30 

12:24 

1:15 

1:17 

2:02 

2:48 



PWday ■ 7:08 5:28 

Saturday -_ 7KW 5:29 

Sunday 7H16 5:80 

Mond«r 7:05 8:81 

Turaday 7*4 5:88 

WediMsday 7:M 5:38 

Thursday . 7:t2 5:84 

Sa ^ilahi tides of h^ or lev 
waier fron aJ^am tkees: I«sn- 

■■■no mnBb, JWU ae wmmBuBm, 

Oema View. mM M iMmtos; Old 
PiAK, add 4f 
&}kt. ^ik*et e 



More than 100 residents of the 

- - ^^^' section of Virginia Beach lying 

12.6 mlles-oMateral ditches exca- goutj, „, „u, g^^^ ^^ ^t the 

W. T. Cooke School on Monday 
evening and formed a Civic League 
which wUl be called the "South 
Virginia Beach Civic League." The 
League will function as an organi- 
zation to sthiJulate interest and 
encourage civic pride in this par- 
ticular section of the Beach. 

Mrs. FVank Kl^Tper acted as 
temporary chairman of tlie meet- 
ing and the fallowing officers were 
elected: Rev. O. T. Forester, presi- 
dent; J. W. Bright, vice president, 
and Mrs. Pnak Klepper, secretary 
and treasurer. Each officer will 
serve only one year and will not 
loe permiUed to succeed himself 
in office. 
Canstlhiii— To Be Onwa 

A committee beaded by Joseph 
F, Siebert and consisting of Ern- 
est N. Allen. C. H. Driskill. Mrs. 
J. W. Bright and M^ L. C. Mal- 
lory was anwinted to draw up a 
constitution and by-laws 

The Rev. Forr^ter. president, 
was selected to appear before the 
next town council meeting on 
February 3rd rdative to the plac- 
ing of the pn^iosed gas plant at 
the south end of the Beach. 

Meetings will be held the third 
Monday of each month and all 
residents dt the south end of the 
Beach are invited to Join. 

The preudeat wiU appoint two 
members* each month to attend 
the monthly meetings of the town 
eooD^il. 



"Also, preliminary plans have 
been partially prepared for three 
additional communis projccta 
and about 12 appUcationa are on 
file for drainage work on individ- 
ual farms." 

.IBecause of the demand upon 
the two engineers for drainage 
work, the conservation district's 
'board of supervisors has author- 
ized them to give all their time to 
such projects. "Therefore," the re- 
port said, "they have not had an 
opportunity to work up any farm 
(dans. The board felt that the 
drainage work was the most m- 
portant thing hat could lie done 
in the district a the present time." 

PenMuei Laeklng 

The greatest handicap to the 
woriE in the district, Mr. Ozlin 
said, has been the lack of person- 
uel and the many chai^eo of men 
appointed. It is felt by tha board 
ot supervi&OTs that if the State 
Soil Conservation Service could 
leave a man in the district long 
enough to become familiar with 
the peculiar pnMaos that he 
could render a much better ser- 
vice. The board of super \'isors al- 
so feels that addittonal personnel 
could render a much greater ser- 
vice to -the cmaimunl^. 



Kight Amiounces Cavalier Country 
Club To Be Site of State Open Gold Tilt 

Proposed Fisli Pier 
Located At 2M St 



plans for the erection of a 
quarter-mUe long $150,000 fishing 
and recreation pier at Virginia 
Beach were revealed on Monday 
when Roy Smith, town attorney, 
appeared before tlie Prineess 
Anne County Board of ^upervU- 
ors to ad( that the western half 
of Second Street in Virginia 
Beach be closed, presumaUy for 
use in connection with the 1,500 
foot structure. 

Smith tpld the (Board at its 
meeting in the Courhouse that 
Gladys S. Earl A Paul Earl, presi- 
dent of Consolidted Footwear Co., 
of Virginia Beach and Malone, 
N. Y., were the prospective build- 
ers of a creosoted timber struct- 
ure on which restaurant and 
other recreational and fishing fac 
ilitles are planned. 

Exact details as to the nature 
of the proposed pier could not be 
obtained from Mrs. Earl who is 
present^ vacationing with her 
husband in Mexico. The construc- 
tion cost of the structure was esti 
mated by Smith to be in the 
neighborhood of $150,000. The 
pier will stand 10 feet above high 
water mark and is similar to piers 
built along the Florida Coast, 
which according to all reports, 
have withstood the tropical 
storms of the past twenty years. 
He laid permission of the Fefoeral 
Government and of the State 
Fisheries Commlssiim would be re 
quired for its erection. 

The board appointed three of 
jits members as a viewing com- 
mittee to investigate Mrs. Earl's 
request and report Its findhigs & 
recommendations at the next 
board meeting. 



The Virginia State Open Golf 
Championship match will a«|lii 
be played at the Cavalier Coantnr 
Club on iU>rll llOth and 20th. Ai 
far as could be learned many of 
the same iH-ofmslonala wUl ante 
be on hand, among whom will ka 
Snead, Harper and Cruickshaidb 
Sam Bates, pro of the CaraUar 
Club, and Fenner SatcheweO. ar 
sistant pro, who were in the ama- 
teur class for last year's UM^tch ara 
now hi the professional claaa amT 
will take part ta the chmpfonAlP 
match this year. 

According to an annoo nc e m a rt 
made by Rufus Kight, Manager 
of the Cavalier Country Club. 

Sam Snead, who holds the Brit- 
ish Open Championship, will leave 
for Scotland Immediately aftar 
April 20th to defend his tttle. 

Announcement of other psrtid- 
pants will be made at a later date 
when entries are received. 



Dey Aufliorized To Borrow Needed 
Funds To Provide Immediate Raise 




f. & mnr 



Red Ooss Sewing 
Quota Short 

Word from the Red Cross sew- 
ing roms states that the sewing 
quota which should have bets 
finished by January 1, 1047, is Ur 
from complete. Clothing is stfll 
desperately needed by peofde In 
Europe and the sewing rooma at 
Red Cross headquarters wffl te 
oped every day for anyone who 
will volunteer to help with tlia 
work. • 

Miss Pearl Duty, executive aee- 
retary, requests those who have 
garments at home to return them 
to headquarters and any who wfB 
take garments home for comide- 
tion may get them from the bead- 
4uarters. 
IMegatcs Betiun fonacrir o e eii f iBg tiw 

Miss Pearl Duty and Miss Mary faouae on Aaantie Av»ue opposite 



Powells to Manage 

« 

Cavalier Stables 

Kitty and Dick PoweU who, 
since last Septonber, have toler- 
ated the Tally-Ho Riding Club, are 
raorins their hisses to the Cava- 
tbr country Club and will oper- 
ate the Cavalier Saddle Club. The 
staldea have ten honla and in- 
atraatian Is available for those de- 
siring It. The Powells are members 
of Vm Rteeeaa Anne Hunt dub. 

Mr. and Mrs. Piowell will move 
I b lmiMf lint to their new home 
■djawiit to the cavallor Country 



Ragged Sobin 
Moved To Slat St 




Upon recommendation of Jobs" 
B. Dey, president of the Ptit 
An% County School Boatil, 
Board of Superviam* In ri 
mcetUig January atth antluxintf 
the school board to ndaa all aite- 
riaa of taechera hi Hu «mu^~ 
Previously the teaehoa hMI i** 
«ueated a $50 a month m»i lal 
upon further conitdaratlon 
ed upon a compromiae and < 
to accept a raise baaad or fhs- 
school board otatdslBg thdlarfor 
dollar the I17.404 approprtal8« 
for Princess Anna Coun^ taaulw 
by the recent apaelal uauian «f 
the State I^laiatwa callad tm 
consideration of raiains ^im. 
of teachers in the State. 

Under the plan (rf the 
board the teachera will reeehw • 
flat raise of $46.67 per month, or 
$280 pro-rated over the ramainlOB. 
six month of thif school year. 

According to F. W. Cox, tapata- 
tendent, plans will be formulated 
by the school board for apiNar 
tionhig next year's ixienamm 
among the various teacher claaat- 
fications. Thea teachers in Prin- 
cess Anne County have a qiedflc- 
problem, Mr. Cox aaid, and have 
shown a splendid spirit of cocv- 
eration and willingness to wacfc 
with the board in an effort ti» 
work out a satiafactory arrangs- 
mlnt as to finances. 



.^«*' ..jf 



Probable Tax 



onir 



Sidney Krilaw, eoonty traaaur- 
er, reported that money n 
fi^ provmtjf tax is the 
availa^jle money for local 
tures (all other taxes are 
ad by the State — a 
brought about by action 
years ago by our aentor 
whni he introcfaiced the 
b^lot and segregation o£ 
The fUsiad JMte ■»* mtrnJ^ and that SS per ceiM of 



Sheriff Assailant 
Still At Large 



The search for the Negro as- 
jsailant who injured Sheriff Vaug- 
Ihan Tuesday afternoon, continu- 
|ed into the third day without re- 
j suits, according to a report issced 
I by the local police department. 
I After tracing the man to his 
ihome and then to Portsmouth 
jthe authoriti^ lost track of him. 
j However, his ideniy is known and 
jthe search is being continued. 

Vaughan's condition is report- 
ed as being alright despite a bro- 
ken rib, badly cut h«ul and body 
bruises. '. 
I 



Lou Huffaker represented the lo- 
cal chapter at a Red Cross meet- 
ing in Petersburg on January %tf 
where round table Aj^maaannm 
were held preparatory to the fund 
raising campaign for 1947. 



Mr. Odin further stated th^ 
a^t^art thejyopM' eou^iment the 
local auhorities were completely 
at the mefcy of contractors who 
<MMdd aaese their om prices tm 
the uae of machinery. Norfolk 
County has some equipment, how- 
ever, this can be used only in N<h- 
olk 'County and the Princess 
Anne distrkt is still in need. 
ffUIPtcicnM 

While drainage now is receiving 
full attention of the district engi- 
nee:s, the board of supervisors' 
Pribram also includes: 

1. Conservation of soil and na- 
tural resources, including syste- 
matic drainage of wood!and, pro- 
per classiflcatMm and pasture im-^ 
pravemeat work. 

2. Soil iEfunovonent, including 
vaaax winter cover crops, crop ro- 
MatifHi, proper fertilization, proper 
use of lime and other minerals 
and utiliza>ti<Bi of crop residue. 

3. Crop improvement, .including 
properly adapted varieties, devel- 
i^mient of new varieties and fer- 
tHiaation to suit tte particular 
oop. 



Mrs. Floyd Dormlre, Mrs. Ger- 
ald Rumble and Mrs. Arthur J. 
Winder have returned to tfa^ 
homes after qiending the week 
end in Richmond, Va. " 



Legion Auxiliary 

Mrs. Louise Meyer, president oi 
the American Legion AuxiOaiy, 
Unit 113, jstates that reservatimia 
a:e :eing made for the game par- 
ty to be held under the auwieea 
of the Auxiliary at the Martha 
Washington ilotel, February 4 at 
8 pjn. 

More than 50 door and tahle 
prizes hav^ been donated by the 
merchants of the Beach. Thia ia 
one of two projects sponsored tagr 
the auxiliary to raise funds for 
child welfare work and rehabilit- 
ation of veterans and families. 

Reservations may be made bf 
calling &Crs. Hugh McTornan «r 
Mrs. Ben Wroton. * 



the Star Stoae. tea moved to its 
navvartcn at StS I«*in Boad 
In the baOding oeeiwied bf the 
Grow WeM> Aaneiates. 

Miaa ICareia D. Staidair ia own 
cr of the shop, having pusdiaaed 
it from Mr. and Mia. VOhmea in 




OAlJIJg; UJXMSAMX 

The regular monthly meeting 
of U» W<wian*s Auxiliary oJ Gal- 
ibe Chuch wiU be teld (m Ti;^- 
day, the 4th of F^uary in the 
Parish House. 



The Begged BoHn la now fuUy 
ev^ped with mUatoi gtfta. per 
a n naHa e d atatiaooy and hooka Uf\ 
adland lend. 



ffiumme AsBoeiaf n 
Drive Starfg Feb. 1 



Ihe Drive for taate for the 
Prineeaa Anne "TTfanf Aaaocia- 
tion win offidaDy get under way 
Saturday. FahniHy 1. Members 
of all fWMBiUee a met Ttauraday 
evening to peifeet Unal plaos for 
the drive. AeeocdSng to announce- 
ment by Onyaon mUii. diair- 



ha«e been re- 
etiv^ froB the faUowtag reai- 
denta off Mnoeaa Anne Gounty dc 
Vtigiida Beacfa-Jfrs. W. S. Wilder 
Mrs. R. Lee Page. Mrs. G.. K 
Wilis. WUtt Seaaams, CecU G. 
Means. Ifts. Jeui Flower, H. A. 
Holt, Jr.. Red A. Hayoox. Mn. 
Gecfl Means. E. Hhimmtlnl. R. L. 
Pase, Dvight Moigan. Mrs. E. R. 
I^Briim. lbs. Fanner Mteriaon, 
Miss Rath Parron. MOas Becky 
Miritn, Bennmi Hadgina. Deve 
Malbon. Hans ^rohkorti, T. Jjaj, 
Rmb* E. m; Hardy, Clinton Xi 
Cures. F. S. Roysto-. WUtar Jw- 
rett, ft Coaadr. L. W. Parrlsh. Mr. 
Willis asks that uiy one wishing 
to contribute aaay Oil in the 
Uank bdow and audi with (kma- 



was 

for teachers' aalaries. 
as thia increaae in pay waa not, j 
ctajded in the budget of the p 
year and the tax aaseasmenta ^ 
based on the budget there irsn 
not sufficient funds avallahir 
However, the board of aupervfaoiw 
authorized the school b^ ynj ta^ 
borrow the neccMary funds t» 

meet this ImnmH^ff mm^r^ am t^ 

With the probability of an hierMK-' 
hi future propcrtar 
after the bwteet for the 
year is submitted to the hoani. 

Mr. O^ rqnrtad th^ 
Anne County has at 
teacliers on its pay nM and 
with the increaae in pay Qie aal- 
ary scale <tf Prhieeaa an^^ ^m ^^ 

on a par with NorCoft County atfa* 
that the patrana of the 
were very hopeful of i^alninc , 
the good teachera movqb' 
roll of the eoaatf. 

Vkm C. «< C. 



Mr. CoiUflw, jumMpg ^ ^ 
tee from the Sagt Oecan 
ChandMr of Comnmc 
the board to glM ttM^m $q 
of dirt for flu on the 
playground. Tlie CluMber of 
uieroe sponaon an active 
tor teen-ace ctdMwu In the 
munity uid at ao fyn w to 
county has oected a 
club, playgrouml ^^ 
and other means of k<i>p»ti|y 
00 children occupied with 
acme ^itertainmeot smd 
effort will be made to 

e required dirt. 





to 



tion to Box M. Virginia Beach.Company 



"^e board aiao voted 
a 4l,152 contract ior 
the clerk's office and court 
to the Virginia BcMh ^^^•"■'rt ^^m 



Vhgtaiia gaaeh Seiii«e Mapos- 
al Plant, h^ by tbe Town of 
VU-^|ia Bemh in 1^ with the 
assistance of a ITPA mmt. It is 
outetandhiK kk that it wms the 
first plant ha the Hawmtoi Boada 



8.:m where a large ini«Hm f«* 
the treatm«it and disposal 
sewage is now in progr^s. 
I During the War period this 
plant not <mly took care of tte 
hMivy load caused by the wartin^ 1 al Cimtractors. 
pt^ulatiim, iNit the adiaoeit Fost i 



StOTy and Camp Pendtetim aa 
ol 'well. 

Wiley & Wilson were tl» nt- 
gineers and the Tidewater Con- 
struction Coiporation the 



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DKIVE WILL imSN 

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'fhe Virginia Beach «• rt«m t.«» 

News 







9^««hed every niday lif Um 
Atncess Anne Prws, Incorpo- 
tmted, 226 11th Street. Vlrsiote 
.■e»ch, Virginia. CoimnercUa 
. and Social Printers. 



or ft 

vant 
tl^r wmnimt tttwntmW* 
kind of taHraollHi «r ttNlr cHld 

ren. 

One nay lA '•Wtmt «» «e do 
to Improve our mUmeW 

I tattem yooredw •hoot the 

1. Oonoem yauntf ahoot theee 



■r^oM wiU lia Umltwl both m 
to number and mb* Uiw the 
Um flowan Uoom in the «rinfl. 
It la natoual that the tint idaee 
ire wUl eut vnpidd subaerU>ti<»u. 
U you wlahyour paper t« contin- 
ue cheek with the offlee and ^d 
<mt how you itand. Notltioatlon 
of exiMration date will be wnt 
auibtcrlber and we would apprec- 
iate a response of either "Yes" or 

We IntMid to protect our adver- 



tlam tar Inaptaf oiv nailing Hit 
tn thti toade teivitory and if it br 
oomat naeenaiy to ratton th« 
NIWS loeal people wUl be favor- 
ad. 

nay wfe. If you wwt the Vlr 
itaria Beaeli News durtaf the com 
int year jet in the Ust now or 
iMty up the Old subscription. 

Phone Vircinla Beach 262 and 
we wlU be glad to give you the 
expiration date of your subscrip- 
tion. 



II TAX cm* 

It la lawtty hard to un^tontand 
how noirt of the snaU iNisiness- 
n«k of the cmintry are able to 
find eneiMh money Itft over, after 
th^ nonnal eipenaes are paid, to 
pay th^ inoone taxes. The rates 
aie twrifle— they are unreason- 
able. When businMsmen get in a 



hols like our aowMMnt tlnv eut 
down expanaaa. But I^Oe flan 
■Uoes off nllBooa iffularty. «hd 
kMip ri^t on ^^MMllat bUUons to 
help othw ooimtilsa all ov«r tlM 

tlw Commeroe Ospartinant re- 
cently asked for a cut of SO per 

cent In Income taxes for smaU 
businesses. It also proposed that 




dhrfctaida hi 

baaio tnocme tax rata m 

ground that V bm 

thraasdves pay iamm m 

eamlmS''- 

And. yoar Was..ia«t«» 
pondent repeats that th ww !■ W 
hope lor any substantial iwdnettMl 
ifi income taxes forv >■« tliai t» 
come. 



AO. news and advertlslnk copy 
should be in this office not la- 
ter than Wednesday, noon. 
Subscription $2.00 per year 
In Advance 
Advertising Rates Upon 
* Application 



3. Oo Into afotkn abrat llvae 
conditions. 

Back your achool boaid 1M% 
with confidenee an^ coopeiaticin. 
Insist that <mly qmUnsd taach- 
ers be employed uoA If additional 
taxes are necessary, to achieve 
this end. pay then willingly. The 
eqiert teacher deserves every 
considratlon. The chOdrsn deser 
ve only the bert. 



• Obituaries, cards of thanks, 
lesolutions of inspect and un- 
solicited original poems are 
charged tor at the rate of 2c 
par word each insertion, pay- 
i^e In advance. 

PHONE la 



Entered as ' second class mat- 
ter August 7, 1925. at the post 
office of Virginia Beach. Va., 
under the act of March 3. 1879. 



"THE VOICE of a majority. 
swaying the course of govern- 
ment does not insure good gov- 
ernment except it be the voice 
oi a well informed and well in- 
tntioned people." 



JANUAJRY 31, 1947 



SBACHEB CLAMIFICATION 



It your child is ill you call a 

doctor, not Just axif doct<«. If 

ftc is the family physician be is 

t ttw one in whom you can ha^e 

vcmfidence, the one you have sel- 

■«eted because you feel he has had 

th training — wiio is an emai. 

If his services are not available 

would yoh call in some one who 

.perhaps attended medical school 

^ :far a year and then dropped out? 

By no means. 

What about the minds and the 
character of your children? 
''.Bhpuld parents not be equally 
/^aoncerned aaout the mental wel- 
fare of their children as well as 
the physical. 

^Children now in outjchools are 
r^Dg to ncged the best possible 
. education to meet the problems 
.of their day. Education in gene- 
:^ral is suffering at tlie lumds d 
many unqualified substitute tea- 
chers. Many children are trying 
io. learn algebra or science or 
hjbtory from teachers who do not 
fcnov. their subjects, who do not 
*now how to manage childroi. 
Many children in our own coun- 
ty are being confronted with a 
confusing aicession of di^rent 

princess Anne County has 
jHOBbera Of excdUent teaehcts. It 
frnf^ a swerintKident and a actaool 
lioard earnestly seddng to betto- 
Hae cfmdiUooi in the adioala of 
tite aamsOy. A .Idanket raiae of 
•.jaiaries has beeh agreed we*- 
Ibte is a taic «**» in the right ^ 
lo provide trained 
ce^ijreflMfits uaA 
^sit W the State Board of 
tioa are adhered to. 



THB 8AOI»8T NBira 
TO ODBEAB8 

All Unds of news eonsa to a 
newspaper offtoe bot the saddest 
to reach us in smne years is the 
story from the paper muiufactur- 
er and the paper booses. "Swry, 
we can't promise shipmen t on 
newq^rint. Better oonserve all you 
now have im hand." 

This double-barrdled shot 
makes a sheet of news prtait lit- 
erally worth Its wdght la gold. If 
you get a VlBaiNIA BEACH 
NEWS with some of its pages 
ripple finished, it is because we 
are using siieebs we would norm - 
ally discarded because of wrink- 
les in packaging. 

Even OPA has allowed an in- 
crease of $17 per km sfnoe last 
August the mills are not respond- 
ing as eipia^. Also the big daU- 
ies who waste tana of paper a 
week and who care Uttle what 
print costs doe to tnnandous 
profits, are buying nlB^ thus 
cutting off weAly and small 
dally papers fran the soonrce of 
supply. 

With Vbe tranendooB loaa of 
tonnage staring us hi the laee we 
wish to make It dear that U is 
pos^le and probable that sub- 



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BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP 



Repair, Parts and Accasawiea 

LAWN MOWER SERVICE 

Repair and PreclaifMi Grinding 

Telephone — Day 1677 — Night 1293 

nCK UP AND DEUVEUT lEBVICE 

Medltwaneon Avenue Between 16th and 17th Street 

Mi 



■iiiiiai;iiBiu^k. 




Accounting Tax Returns 

1803 ATLANTIC AVENUE 

(across from the Bank of Virginia Beach) 

We ateo carry a line of office supplies for your 
accounting and iMioitkeeping needs. 

BOOKS KEPT FOR SMALL ft LARGE BUSINESSES 



Officg Phom 1770 



Residence 356-J 



Social Security Witliholding Tat 



? 45U ANNIVERSARY ; 



MORE FLAVOR 
PER (UP AND , 

"MORE 

CUPS PER 

POUND 

Than When 
Coffee Alone 
Is Used: 

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S 'r- F 1 , f- - 



THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... 







OLD JUDGE: "Treating an alcohq|ic, Paul, 
takes patience just like in fishing. What 
people have got to learn is that the alcoholic 
tt a sick person, and that it takes patience 
and skill to correct the underlying causes of 
the disease." 

ROGER: "Where I come from, Judgp, all 
ttey ever do with alcoholics is tturow them m 
jail, and keep them there 'til they stabet up." 
OLD JUDGE: " It'a too bad, but that's vluit 
they do in a lot of places. And it's just a 
waste of Uie taxpayers' money. Medical and 
•Dcial acioitats have been studying alco> 
holim very thormig^y the past few yem, 
and they know now that most problem 



drinkers are suffering from some deep-rooted 
mental or physical condition that makes 
them incapable of dealing with life without 
some SOTt of orutch to lean on." 

PAUL: "If it wasn't alcohol, I suppose it. 
might be 8<Mnething worse, eh Judge?" 

OLD JUDGE: "Exactly. But in more and 
more enUghtened communities todajr they're 
providing special clinics for the study and 
treatment of alraholics. So we're beginning 
to make aome real scientific i^ogress." 

ROGER: "I'm glad to know about that, 
JudgB. Sounds tome like the only intellif^t 
way to tackle this i^oblem." 



TUi OitmttwmU tpaiiWTid «j» DiMM Spirts fnslihat, lue. 




cant make 



Tifflnia 



p. sobcxts 



t.W. 



PnM^ Ezpcii SerHec 

PAINTING - DECORATING 
PAPERHANGDJG 

Exterior — BHti«aleB OMeflCaWf &w 



Mtfier 



Phones 1111 M21-J HWl 



Cxtteslve 



rABtrs — 



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giga Pahittog — |f «•!■ — 



EettU Store - SM 21ii 8to€4 



^cHAEL aaJjamuBTT^ 



Hi S«d Steeat 



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RENEMraai tbe old story? Where the Ceaeher 
' 8aid:''Juiimy,howwouldyoudivkfetfaree 
^;>p^ a^Qong four people?" And Jimmy answered: 
"Make apple sauce!" 

We w^ Jimmy oould sdve our problem that 
easily. We've done our best to ke^ productkn 
up and prices down . . . ddivering tibousands 
of 1946 Fwds. But we stiU have unfilled orders , 
for over a millkm m(»«. 

You know the reason f<»- the I^ in filling those 
adere ... the labor sigrts^es, the material shortages, 
and aU those other U^ebes in getting back to normal 

T^iat doesn't leave us many apptes to divide. And 
as fair and square as we try to be, we just can't 
make apple sauce from automobiles. But what yfe 
«a» do is tell you what a great Ford you've got comkig 
up in your future. 

And while you're waitmg, one other tiling we can 
A> is urge you to let us keep an eye on your jwesent 
Ford to protect your safety, ccanf ort aa«i inveertmeirt. 



,__ tii^tfiepieeart abooCTMldwmand focairtQeaobaaB 

frill not lart Ibiever; tiaat tbe day anil ooeoe when W£ BAiiH* 
££ KNOCaONG AT YOUR DOOR aakkig for buameaa. Thaw- 
few, M hi tte p«rt, we aw endenworiig to so ooiduct «ur ' 
Had; Me nu^ alwa^ya oaedi f«ar^3a«fid«MX and w^edi. 




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MORE THAN EVER 



AUXlilQLiGS ANQNOMOUS TO HOUI 
QFIM IKETING AT LOCAL U, a a cum 



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Buy From A Name You Can Trust 



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Virgiiiia Beaeh - Princess Anne County 

Better Business Association 



THERE IS NOTHING MORE RELIABLE, MORE EN- 
DURING THAN A GOOD NAME . . . AND ALL THAT 
IT STANDS FOR! 

WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE PLEDGED OUR- 
SELVESTO 

Fair Trade Practices - Truthful Advfirtising 
Honesty . . • Courtesy . . . and Service. 

TO THE PUBLIC AND TO OUR COMMUNITY. 

m 

Buy From A Name You Can Trust 



UmIt flat 

naaday — itfi. Mhnuiy i/'tn 
Um U. & a iwlMinluw at IKh 
St. ud AnIiB Am Hw vmUoc 
win itart vtmnnt at •:•• pLin. 
wlUi an •ddraa of wdeaau tay 
Mlu«r H. WmIKM Twiiro 

I Tha p«m» feaa bam taaetton- 
jing loeaQy tm fht paat three 
montlw vlili itaad miwBmi for 
alcabQUea m^ 

Tha flMda mpow of ttiia open 
meetiiw ii to aaqMInt tha iwnara] 
putaUe with tha voarfclnga of "AA" 



.^IL. 



In Virginia Beach 



TIDEWATER GAS COMPANY 
208 2l8t Smct 

NiNtNANDiE RESTAUBANT 
Attaatic AvcDue 
COLONIAL OIL COMPANY 

RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY, INC. 
Padfic AvcBue 

PRINCESS ANNE PRESS, Inc. 
(Viiipiiia Beadi News) 

EVERETT - JORDAN MOTCMI COMPANY 
nifcStraet 

FIRESTONE STORE 
AOaMk ATCMwe at tCtfc Slnct 
BANK OF VOiGINIA JSEhfM 
AllaiiUc AvcMic * 

WALJKER FURNITURE COMPANY 
18<liStiwe( 

COATES MOTOR COMPANY 
t\A Street & Pacific Avcmie 
VIR€»NIA BEACH GROCERY 
17tai Sljwet 

FORBES CANNES 

2l8t Street & Pacific Avenve 

ftJEL, FEED & JHJILDING SUPPUES CORP. 
17tli Straet 

VIB(»NIA BEACH ESSO SERVICE 
17th Stieet 

WHITCaiURST MARKET 
17tii Street and Cy^^ss Avenue 



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ATLANTIC GROCERY 
Atlantic Avenue 

NEW CASINO COMPANY 
1415 Atlantic Avmue 
PATRICIA G. DEVLIN 
l.>th Street 

fiULEY'S 
ITtkStreet 

MEDAS GRILL 
Atlantic Avenue 
BOICil STUmO 
Atlantic Avenue 

DENTON'S 

Atlantic Avenue 

SEASIDE MARKET 

23nl Street 

H. W. Leeke 
Roland Court 
ATLANTIC CLEANERS 

2l8t Street 

SEAMANS - THOMPSON 

17th Street 

AVETT'S NEWS CENTES 
2222 Atlantic Avenue 
W.C. JOHNSON 

17th Street 

WEBB PHARMACY 
Atlantic Ave. at 27th Street 
HARRY'S DELICATESSEN 
1516 Atlantic Avenue 



VIRGIfHA BEACH RADIO SERVICE 
318 • 17th Street 

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STOltE 
17th Street 

KELLAM • EATON INSURANCE COMPANY 
17th Street 

VIRGINIA ELECTRIC & POWER COMPANY 
17th Street 

COMPECO DYE WORKS, INC. 
Atlantic Avenue 

ADAMS BROTHERS PLUMBING & HEATING 
17lhj»reet 

TIDEWATER PHOTOFINISHERS 
Atlantic Avenue 

VIRGINIA BEACH MOTORS 
17th Street 

SHELLY An»UANCE A MUSIC COMPANY 
25thStreet 

%VE WAJTES 

AUantic Avenue at 25th Straet 

TAILORED TOGS 

Atbntic Avenue at 25th ^reet 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOWLING ALLEYS 
Atlantic Avenue 

PRINCESS ANNE 'UJMM» COMPANY 
CyiH-ess &. Nwf^ Avenue 

C. W. WADE ESSO SERVICE 
Atfautic Avenue at 19th Street 
BRAiraWAITES TEXACO SERVICE 
24th Street and Atlantic Avenue 



WEmum BONNEY 
Pun^t, Viri^ 

£. R. BRUMLEY 

f^Higa, VksMJa 

W. S. MdUBNNEY and SON 

Ooeana, Vtt«kua 

CARL GAULUP 

ScntackRoad 

J. S. LAND & SON 
Pi^io, Vki^Ia 

F. fl. HALSTEAD 
<^eeds. Viiirinia 

4m^mWKM SXJFPLY COMPANY 
Bu IMO, NorfoHt, Viiyinia 



b Prinmss Aime Comty 



A. E. WILUAAUS 
BMk Bay, Viiirinia 
JOHN A. BAILEY 
Princess Amic, Virgwia 
KEIXAM & EATON, kK. 
Princess Anne, Virgteia 
JOHN J. COLUNS 
Lynnhaven, Viit^inia^ 

D. R. HARRIS 
PriM^ss Anne, Vi 



a M. PALLETT 
^^ Pvigo, Virginia 

OTTOATTEN & SONS 

CieedSt Viririnia 

PRINCESS ANNE PRODUCTS COMPANY, Inc. 

Virginia Beach Blvd. 

T. L. BROWN, Jr, 

Pungo, Virginia 

H. E. BARTEE 

Princess Anne, Vu^inia 

E. M. SENECA, Jr. 

ftinceas Anne, Virguia = 

WILSON GROCERY OIMPANY 
ftwoeas AMe, Vkginia 



THE WISE HOSTESS 
SERVO unihAyi 

nwiM Y«w SSatol 

ti«aii» 

Jwve taadeii. yurnt 

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fieup «( eelvMl wide mtbUclty ditrbia 
uiB haU pail few mooUis in the nai 
learttiig ocwipapera, i 
Biotkm ptetttrea and on many 
fMtto atatlons regarding it'a w^- 
nuurkable auceas in cambatinc ^- 
oahoUim — the nations 
naUcoial health prablon 
every one has either read or 
heard saaaething of A.A. but 
few know how and why it 
\S worka. Thia will be well 
plained in a'^mhat Interi 
manner on Wednesday, by a J 
who la probably the foremost 
apeaker In American today- 
name ia purpoaely omitted 
cimform with the AA. policy 
anonymity. 

There will be no charge i 
you are cordially invited to 






i • Urn a>' 

My V* «!• iaaai 
ever al 

nm 

weak. 




Anyone desiring further 
matlan may write: Alooholica 
onymona. P.O. Box aaa, Vintnim 
Beach, Vtrginte. 



Thay aw otiSGm^ 
Vflf lla 



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Webb niannacy 

27th and Atiantie Avt. 

t 

Complete . ^ 

DRUG ^RE SERVICB 



PRESCRIPTION DBFT. 



SODA 



FOUIITAni 



Mock Wedd&ig 

Hm regular monthly mi 
of tha Par«)t-Teacher At 
tlon of OcMna High School 
hdd Tueaday. January 23 at 
pju. in the school auditoriuai. 



Reports from varioua eoi 
teea were read, Ura. Charles 
chines gave an excellent 
of the Tom Thumb Wedding, 
ter all expenses had been paid 
committee repotted that 
nine hundred dollars had 
made. 



«Mrs. Davis accompanied by 
Hlchings at the piano, renderad 
ewo vocal selectiona. 

The next meeting of the ass^- 
iation will be held on Tuesday. 
Pebruary 18, at 8:0Q p.m' x"*. 



Pean Appoints/.^ 
Forest Warden In 
Prinees8 Anne Col 

According to an announci 
by State Forester George W. 
of Charlottesville, p. R. Reader, 
Lynnhaven, is soon to become i 
warden of Princess 



I forest wardei 
Ipwnty,,^^ 



PEOPLI ARE ASKINO 
THESE QUESTIONf ABOUT 
ARMY ENUfTMIHT: 




if ywi Mrtc honanlily «■ aetiic daty for a period of 90 
<MMi day e< whiefc i» earwd ta il wmji Hapt ia al iiii- 16, 1940, and ) 

! «f tomi i i M ti— 9£ ikm pnm w k war, or yoo am ~ 
faacMae «f an aetMl aHrvie»4BeaR«d iajwy or disability n- 
eomrf wJttJB that fint M-day period of aorrioe. you an, Vftm 
, flBtatled to «M ywr «f adocatioD in tiM colk«e. traie 
1 ooImmI «d ^MT choiee ibriduch you can qualify, laa 
«f aotiic duty, iacbi&w ti»e lurrt thma^^ 
to the tenaiaalMMi af the war, eatttlee you to anottiw- 
rf j M* T tiee w d ac a tia a. ap to 48 moBi&a. 
Tour tlHtiai^ labontory fees, ate. up to |600 per <«^aaiir 
■ ciwni year «M be Mud by the niwimuMint Also, you will i»- 
' liviaa aBowaMet fM a aMoth k you " 



iaaaily idlowMioeB 
is efficidly ended. 



> yaw auy adect to aurve in any ova 
, ewperiilly Ji^mw or Kocea. 

has quotas to be filled, i 



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JON & SON PURCHASE 

LEWARK & MASURY BUSINESS 



W. W. A»hMon and ion, WU- 
I^MH SebreU Johnaon have pur- 
^laacd the real estate business of 
I«watk and Masury. Inc. located j 
la the Wocflhouae (Building. 1603 j 
AUantlc Avenue and will operate 
a complete real estate and Insur- 
ance service for Virginia Beach 
and Princess Anne County. 

Mr. Johnson, senior, has been 
a xesident of this community for 
x^iproxlmately twenty years. He 
^as formerly connected with the 
Princess Anne School system in 
the capacity of principal of 
KempsviUe High School leaving 
this position to enter the business 
field locally as proprietor of a 
confectionary tmd gift shop. Af- 
ter operating this business for a 
number of years he sold this and 
entered the general insurance 
budness after first studying for a 
fmt in this field and graduating 
from the Aetna Casualty and 
Surety Salea School, Hartford 
Conneetiout. For the past three 
years Mr. Johnson has ibeen oper- 
ating this business in conjunctios 
with the firm which he and his 
son have Just purchased. 

W. W. Johnson is a past presi- 
dent of the Virginia Beach Uons 
Club, immediately past chairman 
of the Princess Anne County Dlst 
i4ct Boy Scouts, and at present a 
mce-pcisident of the Tidewater 
Council, Boy Scouts of America. 

W. S. Johnson, who is a pait- 




W. W. JfWNMW 



ner in the new firm attended the 
University of North CaroUna» and 
from this school entered the XSB. 
Merchant Marine Academy at 
Kings's Point, N. T. from which 
he graduated in November 1944. 
He held an Ensign's commissimi 
in the U.SNJ%., U. (Jg) in the 
U.S.M.S., and a second officer's 
license in the Merchant Marine. 




LAMB In all It* many (orma baa 
long been a ataple food on tbe 
Anerlrnu dinner table. Originally in- 
troduced to the America* by the ex- 
plorers from the old world. It wn» 
adopit-d as part of the regular mena 
J»y (he first seitlers. 

Ai one time In our national rare 
It* lend the world, aheep and their 
raising assumed auch a great Uupur- 
tanee that mnny men loat their lives 
Ib tUe dispute over whether sheep or 
rallle would use the great grazing 
Und!- of I he west. Even today a cat- 
tle man and a »heep raiser have 
llitle In common. C^ittle men have 
«iwiv!> rimm'^d that sheep eat 'he 
frass '1 clusp to 'he roots that ar'ier 
thev pnss no beef cattle can again 
asf ihH raiise for some time. 

I.iimh has muny u^es on the Amfr 
Iran rlinner table, according to the 
^ * P Service for Home-Mukers 
Tie nios; Use! n » h'p of lamb and 
the himhclion However, lamb lenils 
|-self more thSn w^ll •-> the atew pot 
or to a real eurrv. 

Slews are greai .Amcru-*n stand- 
bvs ,infl quite often iiere is a gdodlj 
quantity left orer after a meal. A 
pw& use U-r th*" leftover stew Is 
Shepherd* Pie. ThI* Is made by lln- 
Ini; a bakitiR dish with hot mashei.' 
potatoes and filling the center with 
boi stew. Cover with additional 
mashed potatoes and place in a hot 
oven at 425 degrees for 15 mlnHtes 
or until the potatoes are brown. 

For Sunday dinner try a tomato 
Juice cocktail, roast leg of lamb, 
washed potatoes and fresh green 
peas. Follow tbi« with a dessert of | 
canned ptachf^ ;>. 1 a l)everage. ' 



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Scout Posters Note 
Anniversary Week 

Preparatory to the celebration 
of Boy Scout Week, February 7th 
to 13th, the local troops, under 
the direcUon of William K. Mac 
Donald and Oliver Brown at Vin 
Sinla Beach and George Hite a' 
Bait Ocean View, are placing pos- 
ters in windows at Barr's Pharma- 
^, Fhel, Feed & Building Sup- 
plies. Cherry-Pearson and McCla- 
nan-Harrison. 

iBesides the posters depicting 
the announcement of Scout Weelt 
ttiere will be exhibits of scout ac- 
tivities hi the campinig, scout i 
craft and handicraft articles. j 
The theme for this year in | 
.•scouting is "Scouts of the World— ! 
Building for Tomorrow." To-day 
there are two million Boy Scouts ' 
and leaders in the nation. Prin- 
^cesa Anne has an active group and 
" this group will shaie in the 37th 
•anniversary of the founding of 
the Eoy Scout movement in Am 
er ca. Watch for anounc«nent of ' 
activities planned for the weelc of 
Febnifiry 7th to 13th. 



" The young policeman was un- 
' dergoing his examination. "Now 
assume." »aid the examiner, "that 
you are accosted by a (diarming 
young lady late one evening, who 
tells you that a strange man has 
embraced and kissed her. What 
Jma\M you do?" 

The young pcdiceman did not 

beutate long, "I should-er-endea- 

Tor to jDtconstruct the crime with 

• tbe lai46r'8 asfjstance," be rQ>lied. 

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wmmm to ocNsrfUKrr a 

FOUNO 8TATIOM CW S. E. 
OOBNBR OP ITra STBS3ET Sc 

CVFB&88 AVENUE, vmOHUA 
JHEACH, ^nSGINIA. 

A ptMic hearing on the above 

aH^alaon made by Sam P. Frost 

.will be held on Tueday, February 

-Il..l»*7, 8 pjn. at the Town Hall, 

: 24M1) street and Atlantic Avenue, 

. Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

All Interested parties are invit- 
jK> attend. 

ZJ-NING BOARD 
W. H. Terry, Jr., Chairiaan 




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with good tires and excellent paint jobs. They 
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Laskin Road at Pacific Avenue 



ARMOUR STAR MEATS 

Armour Star — Short Shank 

SMO. PICNICS lb.37« 



ARMOUR STAR 

Wh<^ or Half 
SKIBINED SMOKED 

HAMS 
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Armour Star Saus^e 

Annour Star Franks 

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A «r AA Beef — Swuue Cat 

CHUCK ROAST lb.87« 

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Leeall^ Grmm Cwly KM§- •* 

Cdlards 4 m 2Sc 

Medium Siae Canadian 

Rutabagas 3 Ih 19c 

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Grapefruit 4 for 25c 



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Mra. a Hai^y CiOe, Uioil Reporter 
PARTIES : ANNOIWCEMENTS^^ : FERSONAI^ 



0«9t. and Ml*, n- o- M(d>M«- 
{■on Iwv* l«f( fo^ttMlr Hoom to 

ChuricalOB. a. C. •«» Mdf ti^ 
Igueata of Mr. and Mnu Ktmor 

Johnson at iM» bsuM 

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Mr. a. C, Fg«Ni ot New »v«i 
conn, arrived Tuewlay to visit Ws 
grandaughM». Mrs. Robert Ad 
denbrook and Mr. Addenbrook at 
their home on 101th Street. 

• • • 

Mrs. Edward Hawks Renn and 
daughter Patricia Jane, who have 
been visiting Mrs. Hawks' family 
in Kentucky wW feturn by plane 
February I at her home on 84th 

Street. 

• • • 

|fn. Marion R. omer and son 
H4y Horner. Jr.. of Richmond & 
Virginia Beach will leave Febru- 
ary 8 for California where she 
will sail for Ja))an to join her 
husband. 1st U. Ray Homer, who 
will be stationed in Yokahoma for 



the next^ltwo years. Mrs. Horner 
Is the former Miss Ann Sowell of 
lUchmond, a nelce of Mrs. H. C. 
Perry, with whom she has been 
spending the winter. 

• * * 
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Caldwell 

and Mir. and Mrs. Basil Manly en- 
tertained at a buffet supper at 
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Manly 
"Whltegate" on 52nd street Sun- 
day evening, in honor of Capt. 
and Mrs. Q. R. Richardson of 
Charleston, S. C. Their guests 
numbered 36. 

• ♦ • 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hardy 
will entertain on Friday evening 
for members of the Ashburri Mid- 
gett - Ashburn bridal party. 



>Som«n«t' hwrat. N. C. 



Mr. and Mrs. IBdward Baaoom 
Hawks of jhortsmouth were the 
recent gueata of Mr. Havka* slater 
and hiother-lBlaw. Mr. and Mrs. 
Whiter Lake Renn. Br. at their 
home on S4th street. 



Mr. «ad Mrs. Fred Haycox, Sr. 
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haycox. Jr 
returned last week from norida 
where they have been spending 
several weeks. 



li:aa Vivian Wle will ifetum on 
Monday to Richmond after visit- 
ing her father. J. U Lyle and Mrs 
I^yle at their home on 52Hd street. 



Mr. and Mrs. BaaU Manly and 
Basil Manly 3rd wiU \eave Sat- 
urady for WllUama&urg where 
Basil 3rd will serve at the wed- 
ding of the Rev. Stiles Unes, for- ^ 
mer rector of the Galilee Episco- |in Ij^nehurst, N. C. 
pal Church, and Miss Margaret • • 

MicLeod of Williamsburg. The 
wedding will take place Saturday 
evenlnif I^b. 1 in the Bruton 
Pariah Church. 

V • • • 

Mrs. Myrtle C. Morecock left on 
Friday to spend some time with 
her son and daughter in law Mr. 
and Mrs. Sidney Morecock In Ak- 
ron. Ohio. 



Ut. and Mia. WUUaaa Htnaini 
DMttai announce the Mwage- 
nMnt of their daughter. Beverly 
Jane, to Mra. TUnan CarUale 
BrUt, Jr.. son ol Dr. and Mrs. T. 
C. ttitt of Mt. Airy. N. C. 

Miss Darden graduated from 
Mray Baldwin College In 1946 
with the Bachelor of Arts Degree 

Mr. Britt received his Pre-Med- 
ical training at Wake Forest Col 
lege'ih Wake Forest N. C. and is 
at present attending Bowman 
Gray School of Medicine In Wln- 
ston-Salem. N. C. He Is a memoer 
of Kappa Sigma fraternity. 



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ips - Old and New 



Mr. and Mrs. David Barnum 
left this week to spend sometime ' 



Mrs. Versa Todd and young 
daughter arrivpd Wednesday to 
visit Mrs. Todd's brother-in-law 
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William 
Venable. on Raleigh Drive. 
• • • 

Mrs. waiter C. Robey of Ala- 
meda. Calif. Is visiting her par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin V. Caul 
field on Pocahonas Drive. 



No date 
wedding. 



has been set for 




WININGDEB'S TAILOR SHOP 

Oceana, Va. 
Covered Buttons Made to Order 



TAILORING 

FUR 



Alma L. Winingder 



— ALTERATION 
REPAIRING 

Phone 182 



Mrs. R. H. Richardson enter- 
tained Monday evening at her 
home in Cavalier Park at a din- 
ner, party in celebration oT the 
ninth birthday anniversary of 
her daughter. Margery: The 
guests invited were Mis§es Fran- 
ces Royster, Jane Kellam Patsy 
Stantbn. Donald Hartlej^^ and 
Bucky Stanton. "^ 

• • • ' ■; ■ ■ 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haycox, Jr. 

and William Haycox will enter- 
tain Thursday evening at the 
Cavalier Country Club at a Cock- 
tail party in hoiior of Miss Geral- 
dlne Modgett and Wlllard Rey- 
nolds Ashburn, Jr. whose mar- 
riage will take place shortly. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Hawks left Thurs. 
for Florida where they will spend 
the remainder of the winter. 

• • • 

Miss SalUe Goode arrived Wed- 
nesday from Stratford College. In 
Danville to spend a few days with 
her mother, Mrs. James U. Goode 
at her home on Plnewood Drive. 
Miss Goode has las her guests 
Miss Claire Waltman of Elkins 
Park, Pa. 




BBACH FLOWER SHOP 

1816 Pacific Avenue 

**Say It With Flowers" 

YES! We do fill every sort oi flower order. 

WeoUing boquets — Corsages — Box Orders 
Hos{Mi;»l Bowls — Plants — Funeral Flowers 

Members F.T.D.S. Telegraph Florists 

WeCIAL THIS WEEK <? 
POITED iW PUSSY WILLOW 

^Teleidione 1310 



William B. Baker has returned 
to his home in Blrdneck Point al- 
ter spending a month in Cocoa, 

Florida. 

• • • 

BITS. Robert Taylor Is spending 
sometime with he^son-in-law and 
daughter Mr. andxMrs. Charles 
Tanner Rose, at t^ir home in 
Richmond. Mrs. ^. A. Smith, Jr 
and Mrs. William Kidder return- 
ed Mijnday from Danville after 
spending a week with the perents 
of Mrs. Smith, Mx. and, Mrs. J. 

Blair Kerns. 

• • • 

BiCrs. Ruth Williams returned 
Monday to her home on 52nd st. 
after visiting her son and daugh- 
ter-ln-lfiw. Mr. and Mrs. Spenser 
Williams, In Williamsburg, Va. 

• • "• 

Mr. and Urs. Frank Trice have 
letumed to Richmpnd after visit- 
ing Mr. and Mrs. WUUam Venable 
at their home on Raleigh Drive. 

• • # 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coates wiU 
return Friday to their home <m 
Pocahontas Drive after ^Tending 
several weeks in West Faiitt 
Beach, uul BAiiami Bwida. 



Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Hodgson. 
Jr. returned Tuesday to their 
home on a7th Street after visit- 
ing Mrs. Hodgeson's Aunts, the 
Misses Fannie and Sue Gray, in 

Richmond. Va. ' 

• • • 

A Gardner Harden will arrive 
Wednesday from the University 
to Virginia to spend ten days witti 
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. 
Harden, Jr. at their home onSlst 

St. « 

• • • 

Holman Rawls III has returned 
to his home in Shelton Place af- 
ter visiting his grandparents, Mr 
and Mrs. Clinton Woodhouse. in 

Linkhorn Park. 

• • • 

Mrs. Walter Mason has return- 
ed to her home in Birdnecy Point 
after spending sometime in Pine- 
hurst, N. C. 

• • • 

Mrs Vivian Hodgson and Mrs. 
William Kaater left Thursday to 
spend several weeks in Fort Laud- 
erdale, Florida. 

• • • 

Comdr. and Mrs. James Vreden 
burgh have moved from the Allen 
Apt. to the Amred Force Staff Col 
lege at the Norfalk Naval Base. 



Harold and A. R. Sydnor. Jr. 
of ^ontclair, N. J. are visiting 
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. 
Sydnor, at their home on 36th St. 

■ • • 

Mr .and Mrs. Orover Baker will 
return Sunday to their home on 
118th St. after spending several 
weeks visiting Mrs. Baker's par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Whar- 
ton, in pharlotte Amalle, St: 
Thomas, V. I. 



"Those shees are too narrow 
and too pointed," said the custo- 
mer. 

•Qh," said the salesman, "but 
they are wearing narrow,^pointed 
shoes this season." 

"That may be," answered the 
suffering gentleman, "but unfor- 
tunately, I am still wearing my 
last season's feet." 




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Miss Nancy Connell will return 
Saturday after visiting her aunt 
Mrs. E. L. Connell, at her home 

in Norfolk. ^ 

• • • . 

Mis. Hale Jennings returned on 
Saturday to her home on 54th St 
after spending a few days in 

Jacksonville, Ky. 

• • • 

Mrs. Anderson Wade Lamb Si 
young daughter arrived Tuesday 
from Richmond to visit Mr. and 

Mrs. J. L. Lyle on 52nd st. 

• • • 

Miss Betty Mae Smith, a stu- 
dent at Randolph-Macon College 
Lynchburg, Va. wil spend this 
week end with Miss Alice Steele 
at her home in Richmond. 

• • • . 

Miss Ellen Love Smith will re- 
turn Saturday from St. Margar- 
et's School. Tappahannock, Va. 
to her home on Avenue D. 




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Even if oppwtuni^ 
the door down, aoni 
woukin't be interested. 

• 

Advermty is Oie only sole that 
gives us the corrert wei^t of 
our friends 

«r • • 

Pecvie vdio tell lies ouy be 
partly insane— birt what about 

those that believe them? 

• • • 

A lot has been accomplished in 
improving automobiles. The thing 
now is to improve the people who 
drive them. 

• • • I 

Makuig new mistakes is not as | 
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CORDED WELTING MOSS EDGING 

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ASOaU^ Ave. at Ittk St. 



WhltdKai BUg. 



Marriage is quite an institution. 

but then so is SING SING. 

• • • 

Troubles seem to multiply a *)t 
faster than they subtract. 

« • • 

When man discovers she's a 
cat instead of the "'ittle kitten- 
he married, the honeymoon is 

©ver. 

• • • 

The ^ who wait for opportimity 
to knock probably knock thon- 
selves out of a lot of opportimi^- 

• • • 

The average man cant stand 
prosperity, we are told, whidi is 

why he remains ai^ra^ 

• • • . 

Dear Jest: 

If you'd rather be doing some 
thing else— you*'! never get along 
in your work. 
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IR Um dwk'kCMIlM of tlM Clr 
«i4l Cmirt of mno«M Anne Co- 
W|9 en U)« a4Ui (tay of JanuMT. 
IMt. 

OOlOCONWBAI.'ni OP vmoiN- 
lA. ConqdiOnanl. 

m mOHANCSBT 
1PD<RY GRIMSTSAD. or If he 
k« dead, his hetrln-Uw and devls- 
•M, whose names are unknown. 
•nd any leln creditor of any of 
fhe iMUtlM mentttmed herelQ, 11 
any there be. and all other per 
■ona who are, or may be Inter 
Mted in the subject matter to be 
sold or disposed of In this suit, 
whose names are unknown, all of 
which unknown parties are pro- 
ceeded against by the general de- 
•ofpUon of "PARTIK8 UN- 
MH Omf", and F. E. KBUJOf, 
TRUSms, Defendants. 

Tke object of the lAove styled 
■Ult to for the plslntUI to subject 
the foUowlng rwd estate, situated 
In PrlncMs Anne County, Virginia 
to the leta for taxes due the said 
Ooimty op the foUowlng described 
IHoperty: 

All that certain tract, piece or 
parcel of land, situate, lying and 
being hi the Seaboard If agtotral 
Ototrict of Princess Anne County, 
Virginia, and being a part of the 
Alfred Moore farm and describ- 
ed as follows: 

beginning at a post on the road 
that divides the Moore farm from 
Mrs. David Malbone, running 
down the center of a ditch thru 
the field and along a line of 
marked trees In the woods, S. 29 
W- 4-27 to a marked pine and Oak 
a corner Orimstead and Moore, 
thence S 68 E. 96 oak 8 67 E 6.58 
ifceech S. 69 8.22 gum S. 19>/4 W. 
8.50 gum, S. 65 W 70 pine corner 
Orimstead & Woodhouse, thertse 
S. 79 E 1.10 beech S 79 E 13.8 
beech S 79 E 3.32 gum S 73 E 56 
Holly S 75 '4 E 6.34 gum S 89 '/a 
E 2 34 persimmon S 84 E 10.20 
oak a corner Orimstead and Mor- 
rlsette N 28'/2 E 3.29 oak. N 20>/4 
W 4.13 holly N 8 '/a E 2.00 beech 
N » '/2 E 7.40 gum N 7 E 2.58 
beech stump N 71/2 E 5.58 gum N 
18 E 9.40 beech N a4| W 3 63 
beech N 5.73 pine near the road; 
theoce along the road N 60 W 
18.40 to the beginning, containing 
138 7/10 acres; and being the 
same property conveyed to Henry 
Orimstead by deed of Virginius J. 
HSoore, unmarried, et als, dated 
November 6, 1899, an duly record- 
ed in the Clerk's Office of the Clr 
cult Court of Princess Anne Co- 
unty, Virginia, in Deed Book 69, 
page 83, which property is owned 
tof the above named Henry Orim- 
nbrnd. 

AMD affidavit having been 
nuute according to law, that 
Bmry Grimstead is not a resi- 
dnat of the state of Virginia, and 
that his last post office address 
If unknown, an dif he be dead, 
Ws Iieir-at-law and devisees are 
not residents of the 8tate of Vir- 
^Dia and are unknow. and that 
•ay lien creditors of the party 
nctioDed herein or his heir or 
, if any tliere be. whose 
are nuknown. are not resi- 
of tli« 8ta,ie of Virginia and 
tbat their last po^ office address- 
•S are unknown, and tha4; there 
. gyne or may be other parties who 
! «ic <a- maybe interested in the 
•^Ject matter to be sold or dis- 
poaed of in this suit whose names 
fn unknown, all qi which un- 
known pajties are proceeded ag- 
^iUt by the general description 
i9t "Plartjes Unknown", it is Mder- 
rfl^ that they do appear in the 
ISIek's Office of our said Court 
! fVtthio tcu days after due publica- 
Mon hereof and do all things nee- 
to protect their interests. 
It is further ordered that a 



cywr of Ma W0M b» pahMrtwd to two (a> auooeaalve weoka, and 



the Vlislnta Beaeh N*«a, • nem- 
ttsfivt pihltihed to the County 9f 



that ii eopy be posted at the front 
door of the Court Araae of oiir 
said Court o nor before the next 



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Romanoff Imported CaviM* 

Pate of Smoked Salmon 

Crab Paste 

Lobster Paste 

Anehovy Paste 



Harry's Delicatessen 

Athntie Ave. at 16th Sti««l 



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Pay Day HMnt a lot to mq^loFMf In any indbttfacy . . . and it laaaaa a lot io ftba ooniBiunitlaf 
in wfaicii induatry ia locabad, 

TlM Norfolk and Waatem lafcaa to iaal that Om payroU dollarc of ita a^ 
factor in tlia pzognaa and biwmaga Ula of tiia colwmim 

In 1946. til* N. & W. paid ita worican approadmataly $62.S00XXX) in wagaa and aalariaa 
(oonpand to about $32.800XXX) in 1939.) fluiaa payroU dollaza rang cash ragiatwra along ovary 
nain atiMt on tiio railroad. Norfolk and WostMn onployMa H^nd thaar aarninga in tliau lioma 
ftowna —fog food, rant, dotfaing, an to mo biia a, radioa and otiiar naragaitiaa and lunriaa of lifo. 
Apartof tiaairpayvoUdoUaragotolocalcSHirclMaandcliaritablaorganizationa. Tliay invaat in 
local caal aatate and buy inaivanca: aawa wUh local banka: and contribute to tlia up^^ 
and otfaar naoaaaary local govamnantal JEunctiona. 

Yaa. N. it W. ani^aa payroll dollara aw conuDunity doUaza. And the Norfolk and Waatain 
takaa prida in tba fact th^ N. & W. faniliaa asa good, aolid dtizana of tfa« Gonununitiaa in wbicb 
Haay Uv. 




V. A W. MttpIoyiMs aaesegnlar 
dapositofs in local fe«n]E«. 
if. A W. Amploireu' cradit is 
usually good. 




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B*tail BMrchanta and ilailMJ 
count upon th« dopandabbi Imy- 
ing powar of N. A W. cmployMa. 
This yaar, thojr will apond lat«e 
auasa from aavinga ioM 
dttzable goods. 



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Warfteld Leeke 

ACCOUNTING 

Do yo« know thai th« Mewl hw require 
each indNMiwl, merchant and linn to kc«p rccwrda? 

BooklicepliMr is easaitial and if done by my 
system win mlnimiie and simplify your tax prob 
kma. 

My tax library is complete and up to date. 
Your Immediate and future tax problems gladly dis- 
eased' 



ns«» • li« timim 
ptvMKA % man from makto' a (ocd 
of iilBuelf. 



tn ilrl evk ooek m good m taw 
maOM li MOM man's gcrfM. 



7 ROLAND COURT 
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. 



QdllM Teleph«o« 185 



Tdephaoe 1546 




Bom viixn I dt « iff Jo« Marsh 

Sam ItadciMy R«port$ 
•n th« U,S.A. 



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San Haclmey ind Ike Mmm 
Jnst retarncd from a traUer trip 
around the cooatry. They're tired, 
and glad to be k«n« but mighty 
impre^ed with what they saw. 

As Sam reports — every section 
has something different; a differ- 
ent way of tallcing ; different tastes 
in food and drinlc; different laws 
&nd customs. But bigger than all 
these differencis is the 'American 
spirit of tolerance that lets us live 
tcj ether in united peaee. 

"Of couise," says Sam, "you ran 
in' I it:'o\ercn:a froia^iiae to 



tisMb I«<lvUwil4 who eritkctu aa- 
<rth«r's right to speak his uiad; 
«(iay a ghwa of Wer: or work at 
aay trad* he chooses. Rot those ara 
the «xcepti(W«— nnd ve're even 
tderant U thcur 

Fnnn where I sit, more of us 
ought to niske a trip like the 
Hackneys — ta realize firsthand 
how America is bisgvi' than its 
many differences . . . how toleritnce 
of those diffeiencss is the very 
thin^; that makes us strong. 



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CoTtysicht 1947, 11 ruled SuUi Drmen foundation 




vmcoNXA. 

IN THB CLERK'S QPnCX OT 
TH» CIRCXTrr COURT OF WUN- 
CB8S ANNS COUNTY ON THE 



Ml HAT or 

OAKXXT UDONARD 
flalutift. 
V. IN CHANCERY 

MARY iionwi amv. Dt- 

fcodant. 

The oblect of the above auU Is 
for ^ oomidaUiant to secure a 
divorce a mansa et thoro. to be 



W. L. RENN & SONS 

INVES'^I^ENT DEALERS 

203-4 Bankers Trust Bldg., Norfolk 10, Va. 

AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS 

Keystone Cutodian Funds 
^ *Nationar Trust Funds 

Group Securities 
AW Bank Shares and Municipal Bonds 

A personal investment serrice since 1908 
Phone Norfolk 25675 or Virginia Beach 1337-J 



WON'T YOU HELP 



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The PRINCESS ANNE HUMANE ASSOCIATION 

SOLICITS YOUR COOPERATION IN 
THEIR EFFORT TO RAISE FUNDS TO PROVIDE FOR THE CARE. OF 
SMALL, HOMELESS, SICK, OR UNWANTED ANIMALS. 

A ■ ■ - • 



WE PROPOSE 



TO BUILD OR LEASE A SHELTER AND PROVIDE 
A HCMANE OFFICER. 



WE FURTHER PROPOSE 



TO FIND PERMANENT HOMES FOR DISPLACED 
ANIMALS. 



WE 



DO NOT PROPOSE 



TO BE DOG - CATCHERS OR TO INTERFERE IN 
ANY WAY WITH PRIVATELY OWNED ANIMALS. . 



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Mail Donations To: 

Box 94 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



(tf^FICERS 

Mrs. R. L. PAGE, Presktent 
Mrs. W. S. WILDE», Vice-Preadent 
Mr. HEitB IKMLT, Sec^etaiy 
Mr. GEORGE MULJL^N, l^es. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Dr. Sdioen, Mrs. Dwight Morgan, Mrs. H. F. 
Dormire, M. A. Hagwood, W. Taylor Johnson, 
Baxter Sparks, L. B.^SheUy, W. F. Crockett, C. 
R. Bryant, Charles Forbes, Ed^Hardy, Geo. T. 
MidLean, R L. Simpson, Jos. E. Si^uill, W. T. 
CtBik, J. B Dey, Jack J<riinsoa, Jas. J<H:dan, 
Sidney S. KeUam, W. R. HsU^I^A, Mrs. W. S. 
John^^. C 4^<4tnson, CiyH* C. N. Hinkanp, F. 
S. Royster, Atrs. Watts Hill, b-ving B. KUne, 
Walter Maher, Reev<ps JirfinsMi, Judge F. E. 
KeUam, and Garr^ SiaiUii. 




OcMNi Metho&t 



The Rev. I. Il Uevel^ii,part()r 
el Uw Ooeana MeUw d tot C^uiich, 
announces that the moath of IM. 
has been designated as "Loaral^ 
Month" for (he Church. Thla ob- 
servance is a phase of the Christ- 
ian stewardship emphasis of ihe 
crusade for Christ. The Church 
has set its goal. "Every Rodent 
Member Present Every Sunday in 
February" unless {Evidentially 
prevented. 

The following calendar has 
been arrainged for the month: 
Feb. &th "Youth Sunday" Feb. li 
th "F^unily Sunday". Feb. aard 
"Guest Sunday" 

Loyalty crusade cards have 
been sent each member, these to 
.e signed and returnwi each Su^>''~~~^ 
day as designated. An attractive 
"Certificate of Loyalty" suitable 
for framing will be presented all 
who attend evei^ service during 
the month. 

In addition to an appropriate 
message by the pastor, the choir 
will render special music each 
Sunday under the direction of 
Mrs. Noda Llewellyn. A cordial 
invitation is extended all to at- 
tend these services. 



later merged into a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii, upon the ground 
of de-sertion, from the defendant, 
Mary Delores Smith. An affidavit 
having been made according t6 
law that Mary Delores Smith is 
not a re.sident of the state of Vir- 
ginia and that her last ^nown 
Post Offjce address is 031 Jack 
Street, Brooklyn, Baltiraore 25, 
Maryland, It is ordered that she 
appear in the Clerk's Office of 
the said Court within ten days to 
protect her Interest; and it is fur- 
ther ordered that a copy of this 
order be forwarded the defendant 
at her last known addrss and be 
published in the Virginia Beach 
News, a newspaper published in 
the County of Princess Anne, 
once a wefk for four weeks, and 
thafr a copy be. posted at the front 
door of the Court House of the 
said Court on or before the next 
.succeeding rule day. 
Teste: WUliam P. Hudghjs, Clerk 

By; L. S. Bel ton, D. C. 
Roy Smith, p.q. 134t 



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COMMONWEALTH OP VIROIN- 

L\, In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the County of 

Princess Anne on the 9th day 

of December 1946. 

BHUE L. TREVETT, Plaintiff, 

against 
BEATRICE O. TRBVITrT, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of tliis suit is to ob; 
tain from the defendant an an- 
nulment of marriage upon the 
grounds that said marriage wa^ 
never consumated. 

And an affidavit haveing been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant (Beatrice O. Tuevett is not 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within t^ (10) days aft«r 
due puUication hereof, and do 
what may fee neressary to protaet 
Her interest iO' 0is suit. 
A Copy— Terte: 

WUliam F. Budfina. Clerk. 

B. H. Weat. D. C. 
Robat L. aimpaon. P4- l$it 

MOnCB 

W«, R. R. Atiaaiom and G. C. 
Abaakim. Jr. naakt appUeatlflB ta 
C. C. Abcalan, InnMetor 9t Or 
trict 31 f<»r M acres of Of^mt 
ground in the Bast BmI of Looy 
Creek 

R. R. AiissalcMn 
C. C. Absalom. Jr. IM^ 



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SERVICE 



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MOtfOUC— PORTSy.CUT'. 
, VIRGINIA BEACH 



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TRANSFER SERVICE 

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I HOUSE PAINTING 
DECORATING 
f|||8T CLASS WOBE 
GtARANTEED 

r. H. a DECORATORS 
* iMnme 272 W — 183 



Barco and Pages 

cmpEB wmI concretb 

munsdlata DeUvery 
BLOCK WOiOCS 

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f?^^* Jdrt of brick WMi ctadBT 
lloefc wwk done. Altenttons 

mHJTftft 'niono SIS-MX 

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$M0t rm -■■' Top Ml 

Cwwrau W»* *»Pl«»«« I>rlv«w«F» 

J, FJBAUM 

CONTRACTOR 
CiriMr' U St. * AreUe Ave. 

''" PhoiM 1266 



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mi Cootrob 

ftoom i6S Bes. p)u>ne 1849 



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•ivwttaMBtBi of tB worii or 

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tiaiM I 1-3 omta. 

Hmm oownt tlM wonb la ytwr 

Ml and aoml rainltlwioo with 

(viw. TlM-oaat of owiTtnt 

aukny amoll Mooiinta Is p«- 

MUtiv*. 



FOR THS BOST in f roatod Pood 
Catolnets, Sizes 3cu^. to SO, See 
WALLACE CI'ARK London Bridie 
phone U8 J 11 tf 



a L. HARVEY 

PADRINO, OBNBBAL BEPAIB 

Cvt. 4tli * Arette 

l^gtaris Bewih. Vtavliite 



OPVRATOIIB 
BIOINiaERa 

Tou wlU be pftld while you learn 
DerimMe Woridnf Condlthsii 
ilUee rar Advancement 
In and dlacun It with w. 
* POfrOMAO 
lOttm COMPANY 
OP VXBOINA 
W2 aand street. 



TBUOniONX OFKATOBS 
' BXPBRIiafCBD 

Increased Eaminca 

Desirable Working Ctmdltlona 

Opportunitiea For Advancement 

Come In and dlscuas It with ua 

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC 

TELEPHONE COMPANY ■ 

OF VIROINA 

302 — 22nd Street 



nume 3^'W. 



Mt-Sta 



lOB BINT— 9 rooma and bath, 
nicely furnished apartment vlth 
electrically equipped kitchen. 
ReasQouhble rent. MsroeUa Cot- 
tage. IMh St. A Atlantic Ave. 
Phone la-W-J. i-n-su 



housa or mmSoL 1 or I MdPrsllKve 
rooma. fumiahed. Bewooslble 
party. Piione N<Hrfolk 25440. 

1313U 



WANTED TO BENT— Yearround 
home. S bedrooms, furnished or 
unfinished. Reply 480 Mary- 
land Ave.. Portsmouth. Sta 



FOB BBN^: finished bedroom 
near bath, he^^and hot water, 
new home. Klt«ien privileges 

for breakfast. 401 22nd St. 9t 



FOB SALE pair of marble base 
lamps. C<ai*li20-W. 1243ta 

- 

APARTMENT lor rent. 2 rooms, 
furnished. Call 354. tf 

iioi siuE: Black Chesterfiekl 
style coat, half original cost, 
else 20. BeauUfulIy tailored A 

inner lined. Call Virginia Beaoh 
340. ia4st 



JAt^MY $1. mi 



WANTBD) House for yeajr round 
oooupmoy. Two bedrooms oar 
more. Rferencea. idione 1816 R. 

1313^ 



FOB lAUE radio comUnaUtm. 
portable Eteeraon {ponograph 
and radio, reaaonaue. Write 
% Box 18 Virginia Beach News. 

It 



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ieHvery. If 
ya« ara la Ike mailMt far Uw re- 
fritenter that <>«• ean see k«t 
ie a^ iMar" «ril yew gaa eeaa- 



TIDEWATEB OAi COMPANY 

Telephene 3U - er eeme to Ml 

tlst BIh VIrgtala Beach. Va. 



WANTED! Secretarial poaitlon. 8 
years experience — ahorthand, 
tjrping. permanent resident. Re 
ferencea. CaU Va. Beach 10. la 



*^*Jf^^r '"imh/ni;' WANTED Three room apartment 

or double. Between 10th St nthi"™*^*"" ,, 

strTul Pacific. Phone 2076W I '««• "•" ""^^ occupancy. Call 



1200-W at once. 




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FOB BENT: 3 rooms, fumiahed, 
at very low rate by the year. 
Old Town Hall 14th it Pacific, 

124St 

FOB BENT: comfortiMftle bed- 
room with lavatory In room: 
Automatic heat and hot wat«r: 
Reaaonable rate 314 - a2nd St. 
phone 1472-J. ia4Sta 



^AMM0N8& ALBARTY 

PalBtfBg CMitraeten 

irtarler, Bxtarler. Luge or (taaH 

Any lob Watemne 

IVBE ESTDtATES 

Fbone 1883 — Night 1144-J 

<i H i«i I . " I III . ■' 

JOJ LYLE 

^ - ^lEALTOB -. 

MiiriniBis 
Pfe^neim 



Phone 44880 



Ifjpnnbaven 

UrmkMwm BttueUU Service 

Bancn Water iratcme aai 

toetallatlmi. Sen^ Bepair. OH 



Men's Bible Cl^ss 

Prasbyttrian Church 

36th and I^ifie Ave. 

9:45 8.01. to 10:45 •.■. 

Gereuld M. Bomble, Teaelm 

EVERYBODY WELCOME 



WANTED TO MENT cottage at 
Virginia Beach suitable for 
renting rooms summer season. 
Yearly lease preferred. Must be 
reasonable price. Addrras Box 
20 care this paper. 1313ta 



SPENCER SUPPORTS 

CALL 
Mrs. Pnnk P> Smith 
Reglstred Dealer Phone 13fl 

MEN'S BOHJt CLAM ) j 



NOW AVAILABLE 
-^ Window ^ad«8 



Venetian Blinds 

(WHITE) 
(STEEL or ALUMINUM) 



318-17th Street 



Phone 1213 




Shorthand and Typfaig 

INSTRUCTION 
SPECIALIZbNO 
SPEED WBITDfO 

Mrs. James S. Barron Telephone 117-W-4 J 



First 
; Baptist Church; 



Meeting every Sunday 9-M ) 
A. A. EOGEWS, TEAC»EE ) 
nth Si Aretie Ave. ) 

) 
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Welcome 



WfTCKWOOD 

BEST HOME 

W9t ttMMe who wish excludve 

flptoundlngs with nursing care 

4)|H#fear round, M|h street «ad 

tt^ifi Avm. VirghUa Beach. Va. 

BeCarences Exchanged 

GiMERJ^. CONTRACTING 

mk T- mi-tfrf 
*« . Bi^ Wsik 

J..% Fcatreaa 
lim^V HARDWOOD 

FOB SAUE 

Telephone 1404-M Virginia Beach 
~^'-Qr- 120 J^iacesfi Anne 



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'.Men'sBibletlass: 

• Methodist Church 

• Itkh ^ Atlantic 

• 9:45 a^i. to 10:a 

• WmU fidhin. Teacher * 

^ EVERBCMIY WELCOME * 

• - m .0 a m * * • * # • 

I m ■ I . n 

IPAIW TUNING repairing, reg- 
H^atfug PronQit service. Drop 
•card to Boy Christensen, 1250 
V. Wfi^l^wn, Broad Creek Vil- 

1213121 



NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given that we 
have appointed O. W. CAPPS 
our agent for the sale of our 
fertilizers in Cree^, Vhrginia, 

and vicinity. 

I' 

F. S. ROYSTEB 0K7ANO 
OOMPANT 



Coaiplete Cmnnwt 
HeapitaUsattoB sargleal aeddeat 
I»fi»<lBg Cemacrcial 



For iaferwefinii caB 
Mrs. P. O. WBhers, tll-i. 

Sted and t*« fT*** 



Books 



Lending Ubr«7 Gifts* 

• • 

RAGGED ROBIN 

• ■" • 

BOOK SHOP 

• •' 

• Marcia D. Sinclair • 

• - Phone 1234 * 

• 303 Lasidn Road * 

• Virginia Beach, Va. • 



Laboratory, Bleed Tested 

CHICKS 

Save yourself that uphill climb. 
Start on the t<9 by buying Trail's 
End Superior chicks. Large heal- 
thy vigorous, blood tested chicks 
from extra large high egg blood- 
ed breeden. 

WUte UdMnw, Banwd Bodu, 

Hew Hampshbe Beds, E. I. Beie 

Twfcer Pe«lle. 68e each 

Sexed er as hetf hf d 

Cockerels $3.95 pa- IQO and up 

Chicks $9.95 - per .100 .and up 

IVail'e End Poultry Farm 

GORDONSVnXS, VIRGINIA 





VIRGINIA BEACH 


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REAL 


ESTATE 




SAI.ES 


COMPANY 


s. p. 


CROCKirrr. jr. 


303 LABXXN ROAD 


Phone 


1765 

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Nlfhts 507-^ 


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HERE IT IS FEBRUARY 

NOW is the time to order 

those slip covers and draperies you have wMitel 
Iter vringr - 

SLIP COVER ' SPECIAL 
COMPLETE WITH FRINGE OR WELTING 
Selected from our new and beautiful samples. 



SOFA (3 cushions) plus 1 CHAIR (1 cushion) $74 
Additional Chair (1 cushion) $25.75 



For app<rintment call our Interior Decorator 

R. RODMAN VANVOORHEES 

2409 Arctic Avenue 

Phone 599-W 



Bonney Tile & Terrazo Corp. 



812 W. 2l8t Street 
NORFOLK, VA. 



GOING TO BUILD? 

SEE 

P. W. Gillam - Building Contractor 

REHODEUNG REPAIB8 

Pnapt - Endeat Scnic 

No lob tiw Luge or ta» BmI I 

Call Va^Beach 567-W 



W. W. Cos, Jr. 



Est 1866 



COX FUNERAL HOME 

WESTOVER and MANTEO 
NORFOLK 



Bayne Theatre 

OPENS DAILY 2:00 P. M. 



FRn)AY iod SATURDAY 

WILD BILL mCKOK RIDES 



Bruce Cabot 



OwstaaeeBennett 



Warren William 
SUNDAY. MONDAY and TUESDAY 



-J I The Time, The Place and The Girl 






Wmt RENT 
1197 



WRENN DECORATORS 

Slip Covers . . . Bed Spreads 

Dn^ieries . . . Uphdsteriiig 

Samples and f^i^Bates IJp«ai 

Bedoeat 

248 W. e44k Straet 

MotfoUc. Vki^taia 

Fbone Nwf^ M433 



WANTED TO SENT: furnished 
unfurnished or partly furnished 
house, 2 bedrooms or more. For 
year round lease, starting Mi^ 
first. Phone M8-R2. tf 



FOE SAUE— Ten oeat aUae fix- 
tures, counters, shelvins and 
sign holders. Apply SeamaM- 
Tl»nnp8on Five and -Ten Gsat 
Store, Va. Beach, during the 
day or caU Mr. Seaoyms, Va. 

Beach 425-J nlgh|6. 1-W4t 



Phone 1393 



Phone 1393 



VIRGINU BEACH GROCERY, Inc. 

17tfc Street, Morrison BUg. 

NEW DELIVERY SERVICE 
OurJPolicy — . 

To handlle quaUty iwerdiandise — KNOWN BRANDS 
take the GAMBLE out of buying. 

To Carry a sufficiently targe stock to enable us to fiy 
your demands — You expect to get what you want when r«i x 
want it. 

To Handle HIGHEST QUALITY meats, expertly pre- 
pared. — Mr. Steve Brothers who is well known in this locality 
will take a persmal interest in your every m^er. 

To do our best to e*ow our eam^ and sincere apprecia- 
tkm f«r My bminess you choose to give us. 

Nov — DelivN'y Is expcAfflve, maybe m<»e so than you 
tfiink (wear and teu* <m o(»tly equipment, Sataries, every type 
of insunuice, tires, gas, oil, license and many other items — 
and automotive equi^nent is scarce. 

So — We have contracted this service at NO ADDITION- 
AL C^T to you m orders of $2.00 minimum. On orders ^ 
under $2.00 we will ^d 20 cents deliveiy diarge. 

Schedufe — 3l8t Street and North 2':00 pan. — South of 
3l8t Street 10:00 



1^3 



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D^mis Morgan 
Jaai^aige 

WEDNESDAY 



Jack Canon 
MaitiM Vicfccn 



THURSDAY 



THE RAZOR'S EDGE 



Tyrone P«(w» 
John Riyne 



Gene lleney 
Anne Baxto- 



Jfl The Roland 

OPENS DAU.Y 8:00 p. M. 



tVIDAY A SATURDAY 

INVISIBLE INFORMER 



Linda Stirling 



Adde Mara 



WiUiam Hemy 



PHANTOM OF THE PLAINS 

BiU EUott *^ ' -fiobby Blake 

Alice Fleming 

SUNDAY and MONDAY 

FIGHTING SEABEES ' • 

John Wayne Susan Haywu^ 

Dennis O'Keefe 

RED RIVER RENEGADES 

S^ttiet CarsMi P^Sgy ^ewart 

Bruce Li^^y 

nnsabAY, Wia>N^AY mi THURI^AY 

CHID OF DIVORCE 



Sharyii Moffett 



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